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Groton Open Space Association

Conservation, and environmental preservation of open space and recreational areas in Southeastern Connecticut
Upcoming Hike
Avery Farm Nature Preserve
Sunday, March 3rd at 1:00 PM

Join GOSA, in partnership with Groton Public Schools and the Town of Groton Parks & Rec, on Sunday afternoon, March 3rd at 1pm for a free, family-friendly hike at the historic 305-acre Avery Farm which spans the border between Groton and Ledyard. Hikers will meet at the parking lot located at the end of Lambtown Road, Coordinates: 41°23’58.1″N 72°00’40.9″W. This easy hike will explore some of the property’s unique features including a Haley Brook bridge crossing, our beaver deceiver, varied habitat, and, if we’re lucky, great bird watching. Hike will take 1-1.5 hours, there are no restroom facilities. Don’t forget to bring a water bottle.

Land, Water and Wildlife

Established in 1967, Groton Open Space Association protects and preserves our local forests, streams, and wildlife by acquiring, improving, and maintaining open space properties. These spaces are made available to the community for passive recreation, education, and to foster an appreciation of nature.

Sheep Farm
Avery Farm
Avery Farm
Walt's Walls and Woods
Beebe Cove Vista
Our Properties

We invite you to visit the properties that GOSA has helped protect. All properties are free and open to the public from sunrise to sunset.

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