Our town of Longmeadow is located in western Massachusetts, just minutes from Connecticut. Glenmeadow is nestled in a gorgeous New England town, bridging the relaxing vibe of country living and urban entertainment – being just a short drive to major, metropolitan cities.

You’ll find that life in Longmeadow is rich with community events, delicious dining, and outdoor activities.

Estimated Drive-Times To Major Cities and Destinations
  • Boston: 1 hr 53 min (94.8 mi)
  • New York City: 2 hr 56 min (138.8 mi)
  • Berkshires: 3 hr 54 min (238.6 mi)
  • Cape Cod, MA: 2 hr 45 min (152.4 mi)
  • Catskills: 1 hr 40 min (89.5 mi)
Eats and Drinks in Longmeadow
Things To Do
  • Fannie Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Refuge
    A nice wildlife refuge – half of the 330 acres is swampland, the other half is woods and old fields.
  • The Allen Bird Club
    The early part of the 20th century saw the founding of hundreds of natural history clubs as city dwellers gained access to the countryside through the expansion of street car lines. Most of these clubs survived only a limited time, but the Allen Bird Club is still going strong 100 years later.
  • The Longmeadow Shops
    The Longmeadow Shops are a fixture in the heart of the Longmeadow community. This charming outdoor walking mall offers a broad array of national and local retail stores, restaurants, eateries, bakery, gift shops, and more.
  • Twin Hills Country Club
    Twin Hills Country Club is a private 18 hole golf course offering tees designed for all skill levels, beautiful views and perfectly manicured fairways. From the first drive to the last putt, the course is designed for a player’s maximum enjoyment.
  • Redstone Rail Trail
    The Redstone Rail Trail is built on the former New York, New Haven & Hartford Armory Branch, which in turn is a former branch line of the New York & New England RR. Its name comes from the numerous red sandstone quarries in the area that gave the town its industrial beginnings.
  • Heritage Park
    Heritage Park, located in East Longmeadow, MA, is a Park that offers outdoor recreation and nature preservation. A public space open to the general public, the Park offers open spaces under the maintenance of the East Longmeadow Parks Department.
  • East Longmeadow Public Library
    The mission of the East Longmeadow Public Library is to provide free and equal access to information, resources, and technology. Its purpose is to help educate and enrich our community in response to the intellectual, educational, and cultural needs and input of its patrons. The library offers an extensive variety of materials for the purpose of study or enjoyment and supports literacy and life-long learning for its town residents.
  • Fenway Golf
    For over sixty years, Fenway Golf in East Longmeadow has provided the area with the area’s best mini-golf course, Pitch & Putt, Pine Knoll Par 3 golf course, batting cages, and more. Have a day of family fun this summer at Fenway Golf!
  • Painting with a Twist
    Think you can’t draw? Think you can’t paint? Want to bring out the Rembrandt in you? Painting with a Twist is the answer. Painting with a Twist is a BYOB art class with that special twist – an exciting way to relax, have fun with your family, share a drink with friends old and new!
Worship Centers

Our town of Longmeadow is located in western Massachusetts, just minutes from Connecticut. Glenmeadow is nestled in a gorgeous New England town, bridging the relaxing vibe of country living and urban entertainment – being just a short drive to major, metropolitan cities.

You’ll find that life in Longmeadow is rich with community events, delicious dining, and outdoor activities.

Estimated Drive-Times To Major Cities and Destinations
  • Boston: 1 hr 53 min (94.8 mi)
  • New York City: 2 hr 56 min (138.8 mi)
  • Berkshires: 3 hr 54 min (238.6 mi)
  • Cape Cod, MA: 2 hr 45 min (152.4 mi)
  • Catskills: 1 hr 40 min (89.5 mi)
Eats and Drinks in Longmeadow
Things To Do
  • Fannie Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Refuge
    A nice wildlife refuge – half of the 330 acres is swampland, the other half is woods and old fields.
  • The Allen Bird Club
    The early part of the 20th century saw the founding of hundreds of natural history clubs as city dwellers gained access to the countryside through the expansion of street car lines. Most of these clubs survived only a limited time, but the Allen Bird Club is still going strong 100 years later.
  • The Longmeadow Shops
    The Longmeadow Shops are a fixture in the heart of the Longmeadow community. This charming outdoor walking mall offers a broad array of national and local retail stores, restaurants, eateries, bakery, gift shops, and more.
  • Twin Hills Country Club
    Twin Hills Country Club is a private 18 hole golf course offering tees designed for all skill levels, beautiful views and perfectly manicured fairways. From the first drive to the last putt, the course is designed for a player’s maximum enjoyment.
  • Redstone Rail Trail
    The Redstone Rail Trail is built on the former New York, New Haven & Hartford Armory Branch, which in turn is a former branch line of the New York & New England RR. Its name comes from the numerous red sandstone quarries in the area that gave the town its industrial beginnings.
  • Heritage Park
    Heritage Park, located in East Longmeadow, MA, is a Park that offers outdoor recreation and nature preservation. A public space open to the general public, the Park offers open spaces under the maintenance of the East Longmeadow Parks Department.
  • East Longmeadow Public Library
    The mission of the East Longmeadow Public Library is to provide free and equal access to information, resources, and technology. Its purpose is to help educate and enrich our community in response to the intellectual, educational, and cultural needs and input of its patrons. The library offers an extensive variety of materials for the purpose of study or enjoyment and supports literacy and life-long learning for its town residents.
  • Fenway Golf
    For over sixty years, Fenway Golf in East Longmeadow has provided the area with the area’s best mini-golf course, Pitch & Putt, Pine Knoll Par 3 golf course, batting cages, and more. Have a day of family fun this summer at Fenway Golf!
  • Painting with a Twist
    Think you can’t draw? Think you can’t paint? Want to bring out the Rembrandt in you? Painting with a Twist is the answer. Painting with a Twist is a BYOB art class with that special twist – an exciting way to relax, have fun with your family, share a drink with friends old and new!
Worship Centers

Did You Know

Glenmeadow offers a full range of services from at home care to assisted living?