The Town of Groton
Experience the New England charm of downtown Groton. Take time to explore and enjoy the town's restaurants, shops, history, galleries, architecture and local culture.
Click on Groton Visitor Center to learn more.
WATCH: About the Town of Groton with Town Manager, Mark Haddad and Vice Chair of Destination Groton Committee, Jeff Gordon.
Explore the Beauty
For those who love conservation, Groton is located in an area that lets you experience the beauty of nature. The town's surroundings allow you to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Groton has over 50% of its land in conservation creating one of the most extensive Trail Networks in Massachusetts. To access interactive and printable maps of Groton, visit Groton Trails Network.
Groton's landscape is a wonder to behold.
Drumlins carved from the Ice Age offer vistas that are breathtaking.
Nature & Recreation
Explore endless nature opportunities in Groton. Groton, a place where the hills and trails meet the rivers.
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WATCH: The Groton Trail Video with Chair of Groton Trails Committee, Paul Funch, and Vice Chair of Destination Groton Committee, Jeff Gordon.
Groton is recognized as an equestrian destination and the home to Hazel Grove Park including the Groton Riding and Driving Club (1932) and the Groton Pony Club (1957). There are a number of Horse Farms in Town as well.
Nashua & Squannacook Rivers
Thousands of people visit Groton's Nashua and Squannacook Rivers each year.
Visit the Nashua River Watershed Association to learn more.
Bancroft's castle was built by General William Bancroft in 1904 atop Gibbet Hill in Groton, Massachusetts. Since 2000, the "castle" and trails became part of Groton's protected open space and were opened to the public.
Visit Our History to learn more