Peter E. Bertozzi Conservation Area


Parcels:
202-14      40.00 acres       Map
 
Acquired: A gift of the Groton Leatherboard Company in 1963.

Features: Adjacent to the Squannacook River and the state Bertozzi Wildlife Management Area - bridle path, camping (with permit), fishing, hiking, hunting, jogging, nature study, picnicking, wildlife habitat, cross country skiing. 42 acres are in Groton and 14 acres are across the Squannacook river in Shirley. The safety station was installed by James Roberts as an Eagle Scout project in 2004.

Access:
MBTA Rail line
Crosswinds Conservation Area
Bertozzi Wildlife Area (state owned)


Regulations for Peter E. Bertozzi Conservation Area


Parcel 202-14:



Peter E. Bertozzi Property Rules


  • No trespassing dusk to dawn without a camping permit.

  • No alcoholic beverages allowed.

  • No motorized vehicles allowed beyond the parking area.

  • Overnight camping may be permitted to groups having an adult leader present at all times. Every group shall obtain prior written permission from the Conservation Commission, must obtain a fire permit if open fires are planned, and must each time notify the chief of police of both exact dates of occupancy and identity of the accompanying responsible adult.


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