Welcome to Maynard!
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Maynard is located on the Assabet River, a tributary of the Concord River. A large part of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge (with tons of walking trails) is located within the town. Historic downtown Maynard is home to many shops, restaurants, galleries, a movie theater, and the former Assabet Woolen Mill which produced wool fabrics from 1846 to 1950, including Union uniforms during the Civil War. Owners of the former mill complex currently lease space to office and light industry businesses and restaurants.
Maynard's diverse town center, with eclectic restaurants (the Mexican food at El Huipil is delicious), coffeehouses, bars, consignment shops, and boutiques are fun and convenient. Parking is easy, too.
Information source - Town of Maynard website
Maynard, MA Town Government Site
Commuting To and From Maynard -
Maynard lacks major routes. The closest one is Route 2, which runs through nearby Acton and Concord. There’s also no commuter rail; two of the closest stops are in West Concord and South Acton. Be sure to check out the shuttle between Acton and Maynard!
The MBTA Commuter Rail Fitchburg Line train stops in South Acton & terminates at North Station in Boston (
Updated: 16th November, 2018 6:01 PM.