Salem Willows Park 173 Fort Ave, Salem, MA01970 Located adjacent to Restaurant Row and Salem Willows Arcade & Casino, Salem Willow Park offers beaches, picnic…More benches and seasonal live music. Located on Salem Neck among willow trees, the park is a popular destination for people of all ages in the summer months. Aside from seaside entertainment and views of Beverly Harbor, Salem Willows Park is perhaps best known for its proximity to E.W. Hobbs famous ice cream and popcorn, and chop suey sandwiches from Genghis and Salem Lowe.
Salem Common Hawthorne Blvd & S Washington Sq, Salem, MA01970 Located in the heart of Salem, Salem Common has a rich history as a public park that dates back to the city's roots.…More Once used as a location for military shooting practice, the park is now a popular spot for an early morning jog, evening stroll or midday picnic with the kids. Highlights include Washington Arch, the Salem Common gazebo, a war memorial and playground for children. The Salem Common Neighborhood Association works to preserve this neighborhood resource and historic site for the city.
Salem Heights 12 Pope St, Salem, MA01970 Since 1974, Salem Heights has offered residential rentals in an isolated, spacious setting. It has multiple buildings…More with multiple floors. There is parking available for all tenants and visitors.
Highland Park Salem Woods Trail Willson St & Old Rd, Salem, MA01970 The Salem Woods Trail at Highland Park is at the far end of the Old Salem Greens Golf Course parking lot. There are a…More variety of hiking trail maps to choose from and guides to the birds, plants and animals of the woods available online. The property includes wetlands, streams, open fields and picnic tables.
David J. Beattie Park Derby St and Fort Ave, Salem, MA01970 The City of Salem's David J. Beattie Park is located between Derby St. and Fort Ave., close to the Salem Harbor Station…More Power Plant. The park, which is set in a lawn under trees, features benches, a dirt walkway and flower arrangements. It has been maintained by the Salem Harbor Alliance for Reliable Energy (S.H.A.R.E) since 2003.
National Park Service Salem Visitor Center 2 New Liberty St, Salem, MA01970 Located in close proximity to the Essex Street area, the Peabody Essex Museum and Museum Place Parking Garage, the Salem…More Visitor Center is a resource for those new to Essex County and Salem. The facility, located in the old Salem Armory, contains exhibits aimed at providing visitors with context and historical background for their visit. Maps, brochures and other materials are also available to help orient city newcomers. In addition to displays, the Visitor Center contains a shop, theater and restrooms.
Olde Salem Greens Golf Course 75 Willson St, Salem, MA01970 Old Salem Greens is located in Hyde Park by the Salem Woods Trail. Free golf lessons are offered on Wednesdays from 5pm…More to 7pm and Saturdays from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. See the website for a complete list of season pass and one-time fees, as well as, various restrictions and other course guidelines.
National Park Service: U.S. Department of the Interior 174 Derby St, Salem, MA01970 This location within the Salem Maritime National Historic Site holds government offices for the U.S. National Park…More Service. The offices are located in the Hawkes House, built in 1780. The Salem Maritime Park property also contains Pickering Wharf, the Customs House, Derby House, public walkways, lawns and gardens. A public restroom is located across the street.
Salem Willows Yacht Club is a family-oriented private club, cooperatively owned and located on the tip of the…More historic Salem Willows Park.
Having just celebrated Salem Willows' 75th anniversary, club members can enjoy the scenic view and amenities it offers in the clubhouse. Additionally, the club has a dock, launch service, gas pump, utility tenders and storage. Hours vary by season, but are generally open from 8am - 11pm during high season.
The Salem Chamber of Commerce works with city businesses to support the downtown economy and promote business for the…More good of the entire community. The Chamber is the largest organization of its kind in the city. In addition to supporting local businesses in establishing a presence in the city, the Chamber offers networking events and sponsors cultural and civic events as well as other initiatives that foster Salem's growth and vibrance. The Chamber is directly involved in a number of other oranizations that support business and tourism in the city as well as in the region, including Destination Salem, Enterprise Center at Salem State University, Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, Salem Main Streets, Salem Parking Board and Salem Partnership.
For more information on how to become a member of the Salem Chamber of Commerce and a calendar of upcoming events and information on participating businesses, be sure to visit the Chamber of Commerce's Website.
Park Tower Apartments 320 Lafayette St, Salem, MA01970 This location of the Park Towers Apartments is convenient to Salem State University, downtown Salem, bus lines and Route…More 1A. The property's rental office and property management company is located at 732 Lynnway in Lynn.
Grosvenor Park Nursing Center 7 Loring Hills Ave, Salem, MA01970 Grosvenor Park provides nursing services to those in Salem. For more information, please contact this business directly…More or check out the website for details.
Waikiki Beach 50 Winter Island Rd, Salem, MA01970 Located within Winter Island Park, Waikiki Beach is a popular public beach owned by the city of Salem. At least one…More lifeguard is on duty here daily until 5pm. The beach is located nearby other Winter Island attractions, which include a lighthouse, camp and marina as well as Salem Willows' arcades, restaurants, beaches and athletic fields.
Fairmont Realty 176 Lafayette St, Salem, MA01970 Fairmont Realty, which owns this three-story brick apartment building, leases apartments. The building is called the…More Fairfax, and there is parking available in a private lot. Some apartments have balconies. The location is convenient to downtown Salem and Salem State College.
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission 35 Congress St, Salem, MA01970 Salem's Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission office, located in the Shetland Park complex, is a satellite office of…More the state agency dedicated to assisting residents with disabilities so that they may live as independently as possible. The primary services managed by the state's Massachusetts Rehabilitation Comission include vocational, community and disability determination Services. The Salem office specializes in serving the needs of residents in Essex County.