Lake Groton Association


 The Association
 Web Site Description
 Contact us

 Camps & People

 July 4th Celebrations

 Annual Meeting

 The Pond

 Milfoil Activities
 Other Water Threats
 Loon Information

Water Clarity

 Pond History

 "At Groton Pond"


 Groton Town Web Site
Emergency/Gov Contacts
 Recycling / Trash
 Merchants & Services
 Where-To List
 Other Web sites


State Forest

 State Forest & Parks
 Nature Center

 Nature Program Schedule
 Forest History

 Photo Album


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.


    Loon Chick in late August Resting by Darlene Sprague

    Unusual View of  Loons in July by Jim House

    Shark Eating Rock at South End by Darlene Sprague

    Spring: Lilac with Friend

    by Darlene Sprague

    Eagle at Groton Pond by Darlene Sprague

  • Notice to Boaters on Loon Chicks: One chick may have an injury and I am asking boaters to please give the chicks a wide berth by boating away from them and not speed by and create an undertow or big waves around them.

    The chick that may have an injury moves very slow, lies flat in the water when it feels threatening and looks like a floating piece of wood. One chick has beached itself twice and then gone back into the water after threats have passed  to join its parents...
    Please keep an eye on loose dogs so they do not catch it on the shoreline. If you see a chick beached  please do not pick it up. If it has an injury you could just make it worse....

    Give me a call with location and time and I will check on it or make contact with those who can.  Best way to reach me is by email   I check emails several times a day...or if you do not have the means to email me,  call me at the Lake 802=584-3030. 
    Thank You! Darlene Sprague, VT Loon Conservation Volunteer

  • Bladderwort Work Bee Video at the south end on July 23rd by Darlene.

  • Fall Foliage Drone video of Groton State Forest by Green Mountain Drone in Cabot.

  • Bear Information

  • Pictures of Bladderwort Work Party of last August 14th

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

  • - - - - - - - 2017 Calendar  - - - - - - - - -

  • Sat, Sept 2 Annual Meeting of Association at 10am, potluck luncheon to follow. At the Boulder Beach Pavilion.

  • Items of Ongoing Interest









Fall Rainbow

October 29, 2015 by Barbara Edson 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!