Bradley Palmer State Park

This 721-acre former estate features pine needled paths, acres of sunny rolling meadows and spectacular rhododendrons which line old carriage roads. Peak bloom is usually in mid-June.

Bradley Palmer was a noted attorney of the early 1900s who represented Sinclair Oil in the Teapot Dome Scandal and President Wilson at the Versailles Peace Conference after the First World War.

Park Directions 
Bradley Palmer State Park is located in north-eastern Massachusetts. 
From north or south: take Rte. 1 to Topsfield, right on Ipswich Rd., right on Asbury St.

  • Accessible Beaches 
  • Accessible Restrooms 
  • Canoeing 
  • Fishing 
  • Hiking 
  • Horseback Riding Trails 
  • Hunting (Restrictions) 
  • Mountain Biking 
  • Picnicking 
  • Skiing (Cross-Country) 
  • Swimming 
  • Walking Trails

http://www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/northeast/brad.htm

Trail Map 
Click here to view trail map for Summer Use
Click here to view trail map for Winter Use