About Ingram Memorial Park

Farmland 100 years ago, the park is now forested with underbrush, including bull briar, typical of many grown-over farm parcels in the area. By and large fairly flat, the park is rolling and slightly sloped with areas of wetlands as well as uplands

Use: wildlife habitat, walking trail partially completed

Steward: Katie Holden

Location: off Norman Todd Road, east of Route 3A, south of Beechwood Street and west of the railroad tracks

Public Access: off Norman Todd Road

Parking: on Heritage Lane, across from the main entrance to the Park






George H. Ingram Memorial Park.

This 21.61 acre property is located on Norman Todd Road across from Heritage Lane. The CCT purchased the land from the Cohasset Land Foundation (CLF) in July 2007.  The purchase was part of a larger effort by the CLF to protect the bulk of a 30 acre parcel owned by Osborne Ingram by subdividing and selling a few buildable parcels to help finance the deal. 

The property is named in honor of Osborne Ingram’s father George Ingram. This property protects almost 22 acres of densely wooded wildlife habitat. 

In 2012, as part of his Eagle Scout work, a local Boy Scout, Rob Hillman, completed a boardwalk from Beechwood Street over the marshy initial section of land and then cleared a trail up to higher land near a stone wall. Click here to read more about this project in the 2011 CCT Newsletter. Additional trails are under construction and still more planned for the future.

Cohasset Mariner, March 2012
CCT Newsletter 2010
Cohasset Mariner, November 2007