Aunt Pattys Pond is a shallow, 9-acre pond that is owned by the Dennis Water District. It is located off Greenland Circle in East Dennis.
Aunt Pattys Pond is located in East Dennis between Setucket Road to the south, the Dennis Pines golf course to the west, and Greenland Circle and Gold Finch Lane to the north and east. The pondshore and pond are under private ownership by the Dennis Water District. The pond, being less than 10 acres, is not a State-listed Great Pond so access and use are subject to the Water District’s regulations.
The health of Aunt Pattys Pond is not known. The pond was not monitored as part of the Cape Cod Pond and Lake Stewards (PALS) Program and was therefore not included in the Town’s 2009 or 2016 ponds reports.
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In 1962, a committee was formed to look into building a municipal golf course in Dennis. They proposed the purchase of about 100 acres of land surrounding the town forest (48 acres located north of Setucket Road between Rt. 134 and the Brewster line) and the use of the town forest for the golf course as well. The proposed location touched Funn Pond, Cedar Pond, and Aunt Pattys Pond.