Explore Groton and the Region

Come for the music. Stay for the community. 

Groton, Massachusetts is the quintessential New England town. Perched at the mouth of the Nashoba Valley, Groton has deep agricultural and intellectual roots. Explore the great outdoors, overnight in historic lodging, shop upscale boutiques, dive into history, and enjoy the finest in farm-fresh dining.

Explore the region

Nashoba Valley’s natural beauty and unique qualities have long been a magnet for artists, poets, craftspeople, and visionaries. Groton’s downtown has been historically preserved to blend the beauty of classic New England architecture with modern amenities. Hiking, biking, dining, and shopping abound, and Groton is the perfect place to start your tour of the area.

Stay the night

Whether you’re looking for historic lodging that recreates the ambiance of days long passed or more modern amenities that the whole family can enjoy, Groton and the surrounding region have you covered. Check into your room early, join us for a world-class performance, and stay the night to make it easier to wake up and explore the best New England has to offer.

Enjoy a meal

Groton is at the forefront of a culinary revolution in Central MA, and the entire Valley is undergoing a renaissance you have to taste to believe. The area’s agricultural roots are on full display in local restaurants, with diverse menus that showcase flavors from across the region and around the world.

Get outdoors

Nashoba Valley has extraordinary geology with outstanding access to recreation. Take a slow paddle down the Nashua or Squannacook rivers, explore over 100 miles of picturesque hiking and biking trails, and enjoy scenic vistas atop glacially carved drumlins. No matter what the season, Groton and the surrounding region has outdoor activities for every age and interest.

Enjoying the Photography?

Many of the images here on grotonhill.org were generously provided by artists and artisans who care deeply about this community, and we’re proud to call them friends, colleagues, and collaborators. 

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