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Lake Holbrook


Lake Holbrook, Massachusetts

Located in Massachusetts, Lake Holbrook real estate is a tight inventory market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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      About Lake Holbrook
      Located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts

      Lake Holbrook, locally known as the Grove Lake, is 31-acres in size and located in the town of Holbrook, in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. This lake is only a stone's throw away from Boston, 20 miles north or a roughly 35-minute drive.

      The closest location for urgent care is Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital, 5 miles south. The Boston Logan International Airport is 20 miles north, making air travel a breeze for residents.

      When heading into or out of town, grab a bite to eat at nearby restaurants like Pho So, Zorba's Pizza, Ocean City Chinese, and Parthenon.

      A Place to Relax

      Lake Holbrook has been an area for relaxing recreation dating back to the 1920s! Residents here enjoy kayaking, canoeing, boating in small boats, and fishing.

      Predominant fish species in Lake Holbrook are largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, and sunfish.

      Benches and tables are available off of North Shore Road and make a great setting for a picnic! When the snow starts to fall, the lake freezes over, and locals love to ice skate on a frozen Lake Holbrook.

      What's Nearby?

      Enjoy the outdoors at nearby Holbrook Town Forest. This park features several walking and hiking trails wrapping around glacial rock outcroppings and forested wetlands.

      In nearby Brockton, check out Ames Nowell State Park, featuring a lake for boating and fishing, as well as trails for hiking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing.

      D.W. Field Golf Course is a great place to practice your swing or just spend some time on the links.

      Visit Boston

      Boston is roughly an hour and a half from Green Pond and is an excellent choice for a day trip!

      Walk the Freedom Trail and get a sense of the coastal city’s revolutionary history. While you’re there, check out Boston’s museums like the Museum of Fine Arts, The John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, and the Institute of Contemporary Art.

      Boston’s historic neighborhoods like North End and Little Italy offer breathtaking architecture and atmosphere.

      There is no shortage of historic sites and monuments in Boston: Bunker Hill, Old North Church, and the Paul Revere House offer a glimpse into the lives that changed American History.

      Why Lake Holbrook?

      If you're looking for a laidback suburban lake with plenty of entertainment surrounding it, then take a look at Lake Holbrook. It may just be the location of your next lake home!