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Veasey Trail Map

Veasey is a 47-acre conservation park and function facility; a nature preserve with many wonderful animals, plants, insects and birds; an historical site with original features recalling days past, and a recreation area with forest, fields, nature trails and access to Johnson's Pond for year-round fun and relaxation. Visitors can also enjoy Veasey's trail system, picnic areas, car top boat access, and popular winter sledding hill. Veasey is also a good spot for star gazing and birding in the fields, woods, and along the freshwater shoreline.


Visitor Information

The historic buildings at Veasey are closed to the public except during special tours, public events and private events.  Please see rental information to learn more about renting the venue.

Hours:  Dawn to Dusk


Daily parking fees:  Free


Driving Directions: 

I-95 to exit 54 onto Rte-133/Georgetown. Follow straight through Georgetown center (turns into Rte-97) and enter into Groveland. Turn left onto Salem St. at the intersection. Turn left onto Washington St. Veasey Park is over the large hill on right. From I-495: take the Haverhill exit for

Rte-125 Ward Hill. Bear left off connector ramp to follow Rte-125 through Bradford. At the Bradford Common bear right onto Church St. Take right onto Salem St. Turn right onto Washington St. Veasey Park is over the large hill on right. Follow the driveway to the Main Parking Area on the right; continue up stone stairs to main buildings. Upper Parking area for the elderly, disabled or drop off only.

Site Notes & Advisories: 

Since Veasey Park includes several major habitats, including: field, woodland, varied edges, pond and wetlands, the opportunities for birding is quite good. In addition, adjacent marshes and vernal pools as well as the nearby Meadow Pond Conservation Area, helps to increase the diversity of bird.

  • Family Friendly

  • Parking

  • Restroom

All Activities

  • Hiking

  • Canoeing

  • Fishing

  • Snowshoeing

  • Educational programs

  • Wildlife viewing

  • Birding

  • Parks

  • Picnic areas

  • Scenic views

  • Dog walking

    • Dogs must remain on-leash

    • Pick up and dispose of your dog’s waste


  • Private events

  • Weddings

  • Education programs and public events


Restrictions in Park with permit exceptions

  • No fires

  • No alcohol
  • No motorized vehicles on trails

  • No gas boats

  • No swimming

Dog Walking
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