The charming town of Granby offers easy travel to cultural and sporting events as well as major shopping malls in Hartford and Springfield, which are both approximately a 20-minute drive.
Housing in Granby is mainly older colonials and single-family homes of traditional designs, although there are also condominiums and new constructions. Along with several small businesses, there are also a few family-owned farms and orchards that still operate along winding back roads.
McLean Game Refuge is 3,400 acres and is shaped by glaciers, providing outdoor activities like nature study, hiking, cross-country skiing and picnicking. Enders State Forest has a group of hiking trails to six waterfalls. A 72-mile stream, consisting of, two branches of the Salmon Brook and major tributary of the Farmington River flow through the town.
Recreation amenities include tennis courts, a playground, ball fields, a swimming pond, a summer day camp and a youth center. An exhilarating Memorial Day road race attracts runners and spectators from Granby and neighboring towns.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||-0.61 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||275.7|
|Household Size (people)||2.66|
|Households w/ Children||32.81 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||5.37 %|
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WELLS ROAD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
KELLY LANE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
FRANK M. KEARNS PRIMARY SCHOOL
GRANBY MEMORIAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
GRANBY MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
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