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Interactive Guide to Hiking Trails

Stroll along the Poquonnock River and catch a glimpse of various shoreline birds or challenge yourself to the rugged trails in the Copp Property. Groton hosts a wealth of hiking and multi-use trails through a variety of land types.

The Town of Groton has partnered with Avalonia Land Conservancy and the Groton Open Space Association (GOSA) to make available nearly 13.5 miles of trails.

Each Trail System provides both interactive and downloadable trail maps as well GPX waypoints - which can be downloaded and copied onto your GPS device so you can utilize waypoints and tracks as you hike.

Select a Trail System below to get more information:

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Disclaimer:

The Town of Groton provides no warranties, either expressed or implied, that the information provided is void of any mistakes or errors in content or representation. All users are solely accountable for his/her own abilities to hike/climb in a safe and responsible manner. The routes/trails and waypoints described on these trail maps, as well as any associated dangers may have changed since this trail map's publication. By using information provided on these trail maps you agree to indemnify and hold harmless The Town of Groton with respect to any claims and demands against them, including attorney fees and expenses.


User Guidelines for Multi-Use Trails:

Trails (or paths) for non-motorized use have become very popular resulting in congested and potentially hazardous situations. Regardless of whether you are bicycling, walking, jogging, or skating, if you follow the same set of rules as everyone else, your trip will be safer and more enjoyable.

Be Courteous.

All trail users, including bicyclists, joggers and walkers should be respectful of other users regardless of their mode, speed or level of skill.

Don't Block the Trail.

When in a group or with your pets, use no more than half the trail so as not to block the flow of other users.

Keep Right.

Stay as near to the right side of the trail as is safe, except when passing another user.

Be Respectful of Private Property.

Trails are open to the public, but often the land on the side of the trail is private property. Please respect all property rights.

Questions?  Email us at parksrec@groton-ct.gov or call 860-536-5680


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