Ideal duration: 1-3 days
Best Time: mid-june to mid-september Read More
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Groton is a quaint town with an exciting history and is located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. The city provides a rural feel and has various trails and hikes spread across its length. There are over 100 trails to explore for hunting, camping, biking, or hiking. Around 30 percent of the town is protected open space and has been made accessible via Gibbet Hill Barn and Trails, Nashua River Trail, visit Nashoba Paddler and Luina Greine Farm, and many others. Groton is also the birthplace of William Prescott, a revolutionary and commander of the Battle of Bunker Hill. The town was also the battlefield of King Philip’s War, and its rich history can be explored at the Groton Historical Society & Museum.