Bradley Palmer State Park Highland St & Bradley Palmer State Park Rd, South Hamilton, MA01982 A magnificent public park today, Bradley Palmer State Park was once a magnificent and manicured private estate. The…More estate belonged to a highly-prominent attorney, who played host to the famous among the famous. The park's 721 acres are greatly expanded by its direct proximity to Willowdale State Forest. Dogs are allowed on leashes. The park is a favorite destination for horseback riding, cross-country skiing and walking.
Willowdale Mill 290 Winthrop St, South Hamilton, MA01982 The Willowdale Mill Reservation is 25 acres of trails available for birding, walking, horseback riding, biking, cross…More country skiing, snowshoeing, fishing and canoeing. This was the site of a 19th century mill, powered by the Ipswich River, that produced hosiery and blankets. The dam, sluiceway and cellar hole are still visible to visitors. The reservation is adjacent to Bradley Palmer State Park.
Black Oak Farm Stable 1 Winthrop St, South Hamilton, MA01982 Located in a beautiful wooded setting, the Black Oak Farm Stable includes a large indoor arena with heated viewing room,…More a grass jumping field and sand dressage area. In addition, the stable is conveniently adjacent to Bradley Palmer State Park, which offers extensive riding trails. Parrott Equine Associates, a three-doctor practice specializing in equine sports medicine, is also located on the property.