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Longley Estates II

Parcel(s): 226-15, 226-49

Acres: 32.75, 11.75

Acquired: Deeded as part of the subdivision/special permit process in 1985.

Features: Adjacent to Nashua River Rail Trail, the Rich State Forest, Cronin Conservation Area and Cold Spring Pond Conservation Area – hiking, nature study, wildlife habitat.

Access: Sand Hill Road, Saddle Lane, Nashua River Rail Trail, Rich State Forest, Cold Spring Pond Conservation Area



Longley Estates II Property Rules

  • All people are welcome to enjoy themselves without charge in these conservation areas of the Town of Groton.
  • Hiking on trails after dark is allowed.
  • No motorized vehicles.
  • No hunting.
  • In these areas, no person shall cut, break, remove, deface, defile, or ill-use any structure, fence, sign or possession of any part thereof. No growing trees, bushes, plants or flowers shall be defaced or cut, nor shall trails be cut or marked, no dams built nor any structure such as a lean-to, bridge, tower or handrail be constructed, without written authorization of the Conservation Commission.
  • No person shall engage in business, sell or expose for sale, or give away any goods, wares or circulars without a permit.
  • Overnight camping may be permitted to groups having an adult leader present at all times. Every group shall obtain prior written permission from the Conservation Commission, must obtain a fire permit if open fires are planned, and must each time notify the chief of police of both exact dates of occupancy and identity of the accompanying responsible adult.

The maps and data displayed on this site are for reference and planning purposes only. The Town of Groton and its mapping contractors assume no legal responsibility for the information contained herein.

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