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Lake Groton Association

Welcome to the Lake Groton Association web site. This site is designed to provide information for residents and visitors to Lake Groton (historically known as Groton Pond) in Groton, Vermont.


2020             

Helicopter landing sign on Rt 232.  Thank you Brent Tewksbury.

  • Vermont State Parks COVID-19 Updates – May 19,2020
  • Boat Launch Gate: the gate will be dummied Friday night through Sunday night every weekend until the campground opens.
  • Groton Jigsaw Puzzle  Help the Groton Historical Society raise funds to paint and repair the Peter Paul House.  Just in time for Mothers’ Day and to help chase away the “Late Spring - COVID Isolating- Blues”. Details
  • Groton COVID-19 Resource List.  COVID-19: Notice.   Groton Together website.
  • Rabies Alert from the VT Health Dept.  See poster.
  • Summary of 2019 Groton Pond Community Survey Responses
  • Resurfacing of Rt 232 was planned for 2019 and is now on the schedule for 2021. If you would like to express an opinion about the condition of the road or the current plan, please email the VTrans Administrator for this area, Kevin Gadapee, at Kevin.Gadapee@vermont.gov     Kevin will see that the emails are seen by the appropriate people.
  • Blue raft with barrels found. Now located on the beach at the north end of pond for owner pickup.
  • Old Town green canoe found floating loose. Can be claimed at Jim Soutar's dock - camp # 24.  Picture
  • Nature Center Restoration is making progress. You can review the plans for the Groton Nature Center. View the plan.  
  • 2019 Annual Meeting Minutes.  2018 Association Annual Meeting Video Snapshot by Darlene Sprague.
  • Bears are active in this area.   Please take precautions: lock up garbage and remove any bird feeders and pet foods.    Bear Information

·         Please mark submerged rocks in your area for safe boating and water sports.

·         - - - - - - - 2020 Calendar  - - - - - - - - -

·         Sat, Jul 5 Boat Parade at noon.

·         Sat, Jul 11  Fireworks by the Lake Groton Association.  Rain Date is Sunday, July 12th.  Please send donations to Susan Pelkey Smith, 119 Spoor Road, Groton VT 05046. Thank you Goober Schaarschmidt and Ashley White for making this possible!

·         Sat, Sept 5 Annual Meeting of Association at 10am, potluck luncheon to follow.  Sign-in at 9:30 at the Boulder Beach Pavilion.
 

·         Items of Ongoing Interest

 

 

 

Fall Rainbow

October 29, 2015 by Barbara Edson

GrotonPond.com Front Page Picture Archive

        

Before launching, always wash and inspect your boat, motor, trailer and gear for Milfoil!   
 
We can't afford not to....

Groton Pond from Big Deer Mountain
Please provide any comments or suggestions on this website to  Dave Spencer   Thanks!