Parking is $3 cash and is paid on the honor system in a drop box at the front entrance. Pull in past the payment dropbox and loop around to the left to locate the best parking area.
Where to Meet
I will often meet families down near the duck pond, so that I am ready for you when you arrive. Occasionally I will meet families in the very first parking lot (marked in the pink lettering on the map). Look for me in the parking lot first, then follow the map towards the pond. Follow the map as shown to Goodno Pond. Walk down the dirt road past the pasture, behind the visitor center to the pond. We often begin in the shade at the pond’s edge, out of the direct sun. There we will find leafy trees, grassy areas, a fence and birch trees.
More about the Park
Endicott Park is a well-maintained property, managed by the Town of Danvers park, and has lots to offer. You may wish to spend some extra time here after we are finished with your portraits. The Barnyard building has farm animals (pigs, hens, etc.), but I suggest you wait until after the portrait session to visit this area (to keep everyone’s attention and to keep everyone clean!). There is a playground, hay barn and visitor center. Bathroom facilities are available in the visitor center. Well-behaved pets are welcome, as long as you have them on a leash at all times. More on the park can be found at http://www.endicottpark.com/