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Royalston Town Center

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Royalston Town Center
Royalston, Massachusetts 01368

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Royalston Town Center
Coordinates: 42.6778687, -72.1876109
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About Royalston Town Center
Royalston is a small town in the North Quabbin area of northwestern-central Massachusetts. It was named after Isaac Royall, a slaveholder and businessperson from Medford, Massachusetts who founded the town in a land deal in 1765. Most of the town’s land is forest and wetlands, and there are several reservations and wildlife management areas. Two notable reservations are the Tully Lake flood protection dam area in the very southwestern part of the town, and the Royalston Falls reservation in the northern section.

The largest population center in the town is the village of South Royalston in the southeastern corner of the town. At the center of the south village is the town’s only store, a small convenience store and eatery serving breakfast and lunch. The historic center of Royalston is home to a small village that contains a very well preserved classic colonial New England town center and common. The center of town contains the town hall, post office, congregational church, and the town’s library.
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