Willowdale Mill is the site of a 19th century textile mill constructed that produced various textiles until it was destroyed by fire in 1884. Remnants of the mill are still evident as is the sluiceway that channeled water from the Ipswich River to power the mill. The sluiceway is dry now, but still runs from one end of the property to the other. The surrounding woods are dotted with white pine, with fine broad paths carpeted in layers of pine needles for walking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and horseback riding.
Activities: hiking, birding & nature study, cross country skiing & snowshoeing, fishing, canoeing.
Coordinates: 42° 39' 29.2428" N, 70° 53' 31.8624" W