Conservation Lands & Trails

There are over 940 acres of town-owned conservation land in Grafton.  Some of the properties have established trail systems for the public to enjoy.  Others do not, but they still provide important wildlife habitat.  The Conservation Commission is responsible for managing these lands.  The Grafton Land Trust, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, and the Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game also own and manage open spaces in Grafton.

The Commission and staff are currently in the process of updating the information pertaining to the Conservation Lands in Grafton.

This page will continue to be updated with more information.

Click here for the complete Conservation Land Use Policy

Click here to fill out a Conservation Land Use Application

Click here to Report a Problem on Conservation Land

Conservation Lands Map

Click a link in the table below for more information on a specific property:

Properties with Trails:Properties without Trails:
Brookmeadow Village Open Space4 Airport Road
Great MeadowBridle Ridge / North Grafton Estates Open Space
Hassanamesit Woods*Cider Mill Pond
Hennessey I63 Creeper Hill Road
Merriam Road Conservation Area80 Creeper Hill Road
Pell FarmFay Acres Open Space
Peters Estates Open Space43 Fitzpatrick Road
*Silver Lake8 Joys Road
 *Lake Ripple Dam & John Wilson Memorial Boat Ramp
 Maplevale Estates Open Space
 Rosewood Estates Open Space
 39 Snow Road / Greany Land
 *14 Sunset Lane
 240 Upton Street / Taft Parker Prescott
 22 Rear Vincent Road

*Canoe/kayak access available