Connecticut Park List

Branford Point

There is a small playground for younger children to enjoy. For those folks who like to sit by the shore, the park offers much shade to enjoy the scenery or to read a book. Parker Park offers running water and rest rooms. There is also a bath house for ...

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Breen Field North

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Softball field, Football field, Soccer field, ...

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Bridge St. School

Bridge St. School has several multi-use fields and a small ...

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Bristow Bird Sanctuary

The Bristow Bird Sanctuary is located off Old Stamford Road and contains a quiet secluded spot to walk on wooded trails and enjoy ...

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Brodie Park

Across the road there are an additional 150 acres, which are a part of our beautiful park. You can hike, horseback ride, or take a leisurely stroll. The Franklin P. Kearney Conservation Trail was established in 1988. The trail starts on West Hill Road across from the "Brodie ...

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Bronson Meadows Playground

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Bronson Park

4 acre ...

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Brookfield Nature Center

Football, Garden, Little League, ...

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Brookfield Public Library

Garden, Parking, ...

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Brooksvale Recreation Park

500+ acre nature park & wildlife sanctuary, Domestic Animal Barnyard, Hiking Trails, Open Play Area, Picnic, Playing Fields, Pond, Restroom, Sledding Area, Toddler ...

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Brown's Corner

It is home to our youth sports ...

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Buckingham Park

Baseball, Softball, Hiking, Walking, Picnic Areas, Playground, ...

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Buckingham road recreation area

17.73 acres. There are two (2) all-purpose fields and one full-sized, regulation baseball field; in addition to a fully accessible children's ...

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Buckland Field

Baseball, ...

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Bulkley Park

This relatively small corner lot on Riverview Road offers a view of the CT River and is perfect for an afternoon ...

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Burnt Hill Park

This 171 acres includes: 2 baseball fields, 2 football/Lacrosse Fields, 1 soccer field, Walking trails, Pavilion, ...

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Burr Elementary School Grounds

This park has playground equipment for the kids to play on and a soccer ...

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Burr Farm

Baseball, Football, Little League, Picnic, Restrooms, Soccer, ...

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Burr Pond State Park

With inviting waters that accommodate swimming, boating and fishing, Burr Pond State Park is a great place to enjoy a summer day in northwestern Connecticut. The pond is named for Milo Burr, who created the pond by building a dam in 1851 to power his three sawmills. The manufacturing ...

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Burroughs Park

This park has a soccer ...

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Bushnell Park

The first park in the country purchased by taxpayers for public use is chock full of history and great natural resources. A total of 1,100 individual specimens were originally planted, creating a canopy of green covering the Park. Over the years, many important architectural features, such as the ...

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Butler Field

Baseball, Softball, Hiking Walking, Picnic ...

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Buttermilk Falls

Located at the intersection of Route 272 and 44 across from the Memorial ...

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Butternut Hollow

Pond for fishing, playground, benches, and ...

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Cadigan Park

Parking, Picnic, ...

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Callahan Park

Beautifully located along the Farmington River, this scenic park is a great place to fish, play basketball, tennis, or just relax while your children play. ...

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Camp Cedarcrest

Camp Cedarcrest is just off Route 34 in Orange, CT, set in the woods on either side of Wepawaug River. In just moments you are transported away fromNew Haven into a setting of rustic splendor. Camp Cedarcrest offers facilities and accommodations for a comfortable and enjoyable ...

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Camp Columbia State Forest

Camp Columbia State Forest and State Historic Park is one of Connecticut DEP's most recent land acquisitions. The 591-acre property was acquired from Columbia University in 2000 and dedicated in 2004. A small portion of the acreage was designated as a 'State Historic Park', including the frontage on ...

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