ABOUT: Overall Description


Camp Denison Conservation Area is forty-four acres of conservation land located in the Town of Georgetown, MA. Camp Denison Conservation Area is open to the public during daylight hours for the purpose of providing quality passive recreational and environmental experiences.

Individuals and families come daily to walk the trails, picnic, bird-watch and enjoy the environment. Other activities include horseshoes, shuffleboard, grill sites, playground, pavilion, observation benches, B.B. court, field activities, non-profit tent sites, fishing and small carry in boating.

As you enter the first eight hundred feet of entrance driveway from Nelson Street in Georgetown, you pass on the right, farm pastures and pastured woodland. During the growing season, grazing sheep can usually be observed close to the fence. As you move deeper into the forest the growth becomes dense and closer to the road until suddenly, the forest opens up to tall magnificent pines. Further down the gravel drive you arrive at the Great Hall Lodge and Baldpate Pond.

In general, the outside area including the Herb Hubbard Pavilion is available for your enjoyment at no charge and no permit for your use is required.

Great Hall Lodge is situated overlooking Baldpate Pond and can be used for a variety of scheduled special permit group activities, meetings, events, parties. To find out more information about renting Great Hall Lodge or obtaining permits for use, click here.