Pemberton State Park

Pemberton State Park, part of the Lawrence Heritage State Park and located off of Parker Street, along the Merrimack River, is dedicated to the 145 people who were killed in the Pemberton Mill disaster of 1860. Pemberton State Park winds along the Merrimack River, and has a beautiful view of the Lawrence waterfall. The park contains a gazebo with a number of benches, and is a truly beautiful location for a picnic.

To visit the Lawrence Heritage State Park website, Click Here

Satellite Map

Park Information

Name: Pemberton Park
Location: off of Parker Street, along the Merrimack River
Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Fields: No
Field types: Not Applicable
Dugouts: Not Applicable
Spectator Seating: Not Applicable
Tennis Courts: No
Basketball Court: No
Lights: along walkway

Playground: No
Surface: Not Applicable
Jungle-Gym Not Applicable
Slide: Not Applicable
Swings: Not Applicable
Monkey Bars: Not Applicable
Picnic Tables: No
Other: Riverfront trail
Fence: none

Restrooms: No
Type: Not Applicable
Handicapped Accessible: Not Applicable

Parking: Yes
Number of spaces: 200+
Number of handicapped spaces: none
Paved: Yes