To access this pond, you need to enter the park on Liberty St. Depending on which spot you want to fish, there are different parking lots located around the park for easier access. The northern most spot marked on the map is the closest to a parking lot so if you don't feel like walking I suggest heading there.
As for the fishing, you need to have a weedless set up if you want to avoid hours of getting stuck and pulling weeds off your hooks. The middle of the pond seems to be nearly as shallow as the shores so expect to see a lot of fish giving you targets to cast towards. You're best off using a Texas rigged worm or a weedless frog.
If you want to get a boat in there, you can probably get one in at the northern most access point but anything with a motor is going to constantly getting stuck in the weeds. Although, since Pond Meadow Park is a conservation land, I highly doubt that boats are even allowed in the pond. You'll have to check with the park office for that information.
With the limited access and amazingly vegetative waters, Pond Meadow Pond, is an isolated, rarely fished pond with plenty of fish to be caught. One thing to keep in mind is that the park locks their gates at 7 PM so if you've parked within the gate limits, make sure you're out of there by then.
Successful Bait: Worms- Watermelon, Brown. Frogs- Dark Green
Shore Fishing? Yes
Boat Access? Yes
Boat Ramp? No
See Pond Meadow Pond in Google Maps