This parcel’s name is a play on words, because there was a prohibition era still on the property (and parts of it can “still” be found). The meadow, or actually two fields connected by a very short farm road, is home to many pretty wildflowers, birds, and deer. There is a small parking area across from 292/296 Nashua Rd. Go through the opening in the wooden fence and park on the left. If you want to venture beyond the fields, you can take the trail at the southern end of the first field to the Northwoods Pond or the trail at the southern end of the back field to Wattles Pond, a kettle pond created by a hunk of the glacier that broke off as the mile-high glacier over Groton was receding 10,000 years ago.