Lake Singletary and Manchaug Pond. The Blackstone River.
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SuttonMass.org is personally run by Lisa Shea, who has been a Sutton resident for over twenty years. She initially created this site in 2001 to hold research on Sutton's genealogy and history - two of her passions. She added in thousands of photos. Over time the site has expanded to include over 10,000 pages and photos exploring the beauty which is Sutton, Massachusetts.
This site has had a blog since 2004. There are nearly 2,000 posts. Below is the latest post; click through to read past entries.
Autumn Foliage Leaves in Sutton Massachusetts 2022 - with Douglas - 11/2/2022 12:44:15 AM
The foliage season is easing into soft rust colors. Here's the drive around town we did a few days ago.
This video starts in South Grafton on Maple, heading south. It goes right onto Goldthwaite, right onto Purgatatory, up to Central Turnpike. A quick left onto Uxbridge, then Mendon and down to Barrett. Left on Whitins, right on Lasell, right on Lackey Dam, and up 146 North. After the million-light intersection, we take a right onto Colonial, left onto Boston Road, and then right on Dodge Hill road.
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Experience Sutton's Beauty
Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter
Purgatory ChasmMake sure you wear hiking shoes if you're heading into the chasm! This glacial cleft can reach depths of over 80 feet and has jagged rocks. Be safe!
Purgatory Chasm Photos
Singletary LakeSingletary Lake is shared by Sutton and Millbury. The lovely lake provides a town beach, a public boat ramp, and stunning beauty. Perfect for kayaks and canoes.
Singletary Lake Photos
Manchaug PondManchaug is smaller than Singletary. It hosts several campgrounds, plus a public boat ramp means wonderful access.
Manchaug Pond Photos
Blackstone RiverThe Blackstone River provided power for our mills. Be sure to visit Tricentennial Park and the Singing Falls.
Blackstone River Photos
Lakes, Rivers, and Forests
Whether you like to kayak or hike, golf or birdwatch, come on by!
330 acres of water-based fun. Sutton also has a town beach on the lake.
A beautiful 344 acres including several campgrounds and a public boat ramp.
Stretches from Worcester down through Providence
A stunning landscape carved out by glaciers, and featured in The Sea of Trees.
Twisting nature trails enjoyed by birders and mountain bikers alike.
This state reservation was once part of a fish hatchery program.
Blackstone Valley National
Beautiful golf course with a patio restaurant
Pleasant Valley Golf
Private; was once a stop on the PGA and LPGA tours.
Whatever you choose to do in Sutton, keep it green! We are a Tree City!