Our Local Parks and Open Space
Burr Farm Brookfield, CT

The temperatures are getting warmer, the days are getting longer and everyone is looking to get outside for some recreation!  TownAppeal lists the websites for all the parks and open spaces in town where you can find trail maps and additional information. Please visit the websites for any COVID-19 related closures and be sure to follow social distance rules.
 
Did you know that there are 15 parks and open space in Brookfield, CT?  While the Still River Greenway and Williams Park are well known, there are so many beautiful trails and open spaces to explore.
 
The Birch Rocks and Pratt Glen Preserve is over 175 acres of permanently protected hardwood forest, streams, wetlands, and 2.5 miles of public trails that wind along the shore of Lake Lillinonah.
 
Lillinonah Woods is situated on 68 acres of land and connects to Lake Lillinonah. This park offers fishing (by permit), hiking trails, picnic tables and parking.

The Old Bridge Sanctuary is situated on 25 acres and offers hiking trails and parking.

Please visit https://townappeal.com/brookfield/business-type/parks-and-open-space/ for a complete listing of all the parks and open space in Brookfield.

Bridgewater, CT has 5 parks and open spaces. Sunny Valley Preserve consists of 1,850 acres of farmland, forests, wetlands, and meadows on 19 parcels of land. Visitors can hike on trails and learn about nature, land management, and environmentally compatible farming at several observation sites. 600 acres are in active agriculture.
Please visit https://townappeal.com/bridgewater/business-type/parks-and-open-space/ for a complete listing of all the parks and open space in Bridgewater.

Roxbury, CT is home to 17 parks and open space.   Mine Hill Preserve encompasses 360 acres featuring restored blast furnace and roasting ovens, granite quarries and mine shafts. It also features donkey paths, a stone bridge and farm fields along the Shepaug river. The Orzech Family Preserve features 112 acres along the Shepaug River through woodlands and a wooded hillside with 2 ponds and sweeping views.
Please visit https://townappeal.com/roxbury/business-type/parks-and-open-space/ for a complete listing of all the parks and open in Roxbury.

Here are some links for additional recreation spots in CT:

https://www.brookfieldct.gov/parks-recreation/pages/brookfield-trail-maps
https://weantinoge.org/
https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/State-Parks/Connecticut-State-Parks-and-Forests
https://bentoftheriver.audubon.org/trails
https://prattcenter.org/
https://whitememorialcc.org/
https://www.ctvisit.com/articles/connecticuts-top-10-hiking-trails
https://steeprockassoc.org/
 
“Don’t knock the weather: nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in a while.”
–  Kin Hubbard

Weantinoge is Connecticut’s Largest land trust, permanently protecting 10,300 acres (and growing) of vast, connected natural areas in Litchfield and northern Fairfield Counties.
Our Local Parks and Open Space

Burr Farm Brookfield, CT

The temperatures are getting warmer, the days are getting longer and everyone is looking to get outside for some recreation!  TownAppeal lists the websites for all the parks and open spaces in town where you can find trail maps and additional information. Please visit the websites for any COVID-19 related closures and be sure to follow social distance rules.
 
Did you know that there are 15 parks and open space in Brookfield, CT?  While the Still River Greenway and Williams Park are well known, there are so many beautiful trails and open spaces to explore.
 
The Birch Rocks and Pratt Glen Preserve is over 175 acres of permanently protected hardwood forest, streams, wetlands, and 2.5 miles of public trails that wind along the shore of Lake Lillinonah.
 
Lillinonah Woods is situated on 68 acres of land and connects to Lake Lillinonah. This park offers fishing (by permit), hiking trails, picnic tables and parking.

The Old Bridge Sanctuary is situated on 25 acres and offers hiking trails and parking.

Please visit https://townappeal.com/brookfield/business-type/parks-and-open-space/ for a complete listing of all the parks and open space in Brookfield.

Bridgewater, CT has 5 parks and open spaces. Sunny Valley Preserve consists of 1,850 acres of farmland, forests, wetlands, and meadows on 19 parcels of land. Visitors can hike on trails and learn about nature, land management, and environmentally compatible farming at several observation sites. 600 acres are in active agriculture.
Please visit https://townappeal.com/bridgewater/business-type/parks-and-open-space/ for a complete listing of all the parks and open space in Bridgewater.

Roxbury, CT is home to 17 parks and open space.   Mine Hill Preserve encompasses 360 acres featuring restored blast furnace and roasting ovens, granite quarries and mine shafts. It also features donkey paths, a stone bridge and farm fields along the Shepaug river. The Orzech Family Preserve features 112 acres along the Shepaug River through woodlands and a wooded hillside with 2 ponds and sweeping views.
Please visit https://townappeal.com/roxbury/business-type/parks-and-open-space/ for a complete listing of all the parks and open in Roxbury.

Here are some links for additional recreation spots in CT:

https://www.brookfieldct.gov/parks-recreation/pages/brookfield-trail-maps
https://weantinoge.org/
https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/State-Parks/Connecticut-State-Parks-and-Forests
https://bentoftheriver.audubon.org/trails
https://prattcenter.org/
https://whitememorialcc.org/
https://www.ctvisit.com/articles/connecticuts-top-10-hiking-trails
https://steeprockassoc.org/
 
"Don't knock the weather: nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while."
-  Kin Hubbard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tyj363n7QwM
Weantinoge is Connecticut’s Largest land trust, permanently protecting 10,300 acres (and growing) of vast, connected natural areas in Litchfield and northern Fairfield Counties.


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