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Newburyport Real Estate and Park River National Wildlife Refuge

Newburyport Real Estate and Park River National Wildlife Refuge

Newburyport, Massachusetts has one of the state’s most popular reputations for a waterfront and boating mecca. What may be less known but also a prominent feature and attraction may be the numerous nature preserves and wildlife refuges around the community. One of the largest and most visited has to be Parker River National Wildlife Refuge.


Cashman Park Newburyport

Cashman Park Newburyport

Cashman Park, appears beautifully aligned within walking distance of downtown Newburyport, Massachusetts its verdant grounds also come nestled next to the Merrimack River. Cashman Park Newburyport has many amenities besides its premier location. These include an updated playground for children of nearly any age. Many of the play structures include nautical themes. The park includes


Maudslay State Park Newburyport

Maudslay State Park Newburyport

Of the many beautiful parks in northeast Massachusetts, Maudslay State Park Newburyport ranks among the best. It includes lovely and decorative landscaping with idyllic settings and views of the Merrimack River. It straddles the right bank of the river for some distance northeast of the Newburyport town center and covers about 450 acres. Maudslay State


Newburyport Parks

Newburyport Parks

Newburyport, Massachusetts embraces not only an exclusive and premier waterfront, but also beautiful parks and preserves. It has at least a dozen Newburyport Parks, green spaces and preserves like City Forest, Deer Island and Maudslay State Park. A number of these parks appear for all to enjoy at water’s edge on the Merrimack River. These


Newburyport Tour

Newburyport Tour

A Newburyport tour should begin in the town center on foot. No other method can provide a better impression of the true essence of downtown. The character in sidewalks made of concrete and brick, supporting thousands of footsteps across eras can be seen with clarity. Brick buildings, many historic and lovingly preserved can be sufficiently admired in their fine