Introduction to Groveland, Massachusetts
Groveland was originally a part of Bradford, which was separated from the Town of Rowley in 1672. The Town of Groveland was incorporated on September 9, 1850. The bell of the Congregational Church of Groveland, which was crafted by Paul Revere, is the only bell in active service out of 900 bells made by Revere's company. Groveland lies in Essex County, which was founded on May 10, 1643.
Groveland and Nearby Attractions
- Veasey Memorial Park
- Bradford Ski Area
- Stage Fort Park and Beach
- Lawrence History Center
- Georgetown Rowley State Forest
- Brocklebank Museum
Things To Do In Groveland
Groveland has a number of parks nearby including the Georgetown Rowley State Forest, the Willowdale State Forest, the Harold Parker State Forest, and the Bradley Palmer State Park. The Lawrence History Center, the Bartlett Museum, Museum of Printing, and the Brocklebank Museum are also in close proximity. The Crane Pond, the Lower Pond, and the Johnsons Pond offer provisions for boating and fishing.
General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport is the nearest major airport.
Groveland Higher Education
The colleges close to Groveland include Northern Essex Community College, North Shore Community College, and Merrimack College.