Welcome to the Town of Groton, Connecticut

Featured Parks

Discover the Town of Groton, Connecticut's parks and trails today! From forests to beaches and open spaces, there's opportunities to explore everywhere including Copp Family Park, Esker Point Beach Park, Central Bark Dog Park, Poquonnock Plains Park, Groton Skate Park, and Sutton Park.

Central Bark Dog Park

Visit Groton's Central Bark Dog Park today! With separate fully fenced areas for both small and large dogs, your furry friends are sure to have a great time and get some exercise. Please be courteous of others and abide by the rules at all times for everyone's safety and enjoyment.  Read More

Copp Family Park

The Copp Family Park is home to Central Bark Dog Park and a robust network of trials.  The property is a grea place to visit with parking portable restrooms available. Read More

Esker Point Beach Park

Esker Point Beach Park is open during daylight hours.  It is also home to the extremely popular Summer SoundWaves Beach Concert Series each year. Read More

Groton Skate Park

The Skate Park provides skateboarders and in-line skaters an excellent year-round alternative to street skating. Groton's Skate Park in Sutton Park is the premier facility in Connecticut! The Skate Park is open sunrise to sunset. Read More

Millwood Creek Disc Golf

Millwood Creek Disc Golf course located off of Heather Glen Lane in Mystic, CT. 
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Poquonnock Plains Park

Poquonnock Plains Park features three full size sports fields, a half-mile walking trail, and the Tercentennial Legacy Playground. The park is open from sunrise to sunset. Read More

Sutton Park

Sutton Park is located off of Route 1 in Groton, Connecticut and includes a basketball court, the Groton Skatepark, one baseball field, one softball field, and a playground. Sutton Park is maintained by Groton Parks & Recreation. Read More