Fort Meadow Reservoir (aka Fort Meadow Lake) is large, 300-acre body of water in Marlborough, Massachusetts. The reservoir, which has maximum depth of 29 feet, is a very popular fishing spot among locals.
There’s much more to do than fish at Fort Meadow Reservoir. A canoe and kayak launch ramp can be found on the west side of the pond along Route 85. A small playground known as Fort Meadow Playground is located just off the coast on Daniels Road and Graves Lane. Memorial Beach and Centennial Beach, which have sandy areas and a small deck, are located on the eastern side of the reservoir.
Many homes can be found along the coast of Fort Meadow Reservoir, some of which have a scenic waterfront view. These houses range in size from two-bedroom capes to five or six-bedroom Colonials. Several large luxury homes can also be found in the area.
Those who enjoy Fort Meadow Reservoir can also take advantage of the several state forests and trails in the area, many of which are just a few miles east of Memorial Beach. The Assabet River Rail Trail is a great place to take a hike or go for a bike ride. Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, a massive, 2200 acre plot of land, features over 7 miles of bike trails and is welcoming of fishers and hunters.
There are also a number of places to go shopping the Fort Meadow Reservoir area. Homes along the reservoir are just a short drive away from the Shops at Highland Commons and Solomon Pond Mall, the site of over a hundred restaurants and stores. Quick access to Route 62, Route 85, Interstate 290, and Interstate 495 making living in a Fort Meadow Reservoir neighborhood ideal for anyone who needs to commute to work.