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Description of Services
Trumbull takes great pride in our natural landscape, and has set aside over 1,600 acres of town land as recreational areas and open space.
Outdoor recreational opportunities include the 18-hole Tashua Knoll's public golf course and the 9-hole, par-33 executive Tashua Glen public golf course, more than 20 tennis courts, many lit for night play, basketball and volleyball courts, two public and two private natural swimming areas, one indoor and two outdoor swimming pools, two sprinkler park areas, a BMX bike track, hiking trails, tot lots and playgrounds, and numerous lacrosse, baseball and soccer fields.
Hikers and cyclists travel from all over the State to enjoy the trails in Trumbull's Pequonnock River Valley State Park.
The Trumbull Park Commission and Department are responsible for the care, management and control of all parks and grounds used for park and recreational purposes and all structures thereon. Together, we work in conjunction with all other municipal departments predominately with Public Works, Education, Recreation and Health, as well as with the athletic leagues within our community, to maintain and enhance our beautiful park and recreational facilities.
Overview of Trumbull Park Facilities
Abraham Nichols Park/Wood’s Estate (13.8 acres)
Orchard Gardens, as well as a Community Planting Garden. Community garden plots are assigned through the Department of Public Works.
Field (Wedding) area –Small Lavatory
Each year the beautiful orchard is pruned and sprayed.
The Gilbert Standley Orchard field-area continues to be utilized by fee for wedding receptions.
Aldo Memorial Park (Westwind Road) (7.0 acres)
Neighborhood natural meadow area.
Field is currently maintained as a seasonally-cut field.
Robert G. Beach Memorial Park (331.0 acres)
Swimming Pool – Graduated end for youngsters (350 person capacity)
Beach Pool Sprinkler Park
Small Ice Skating pond at Circle
Scout Land Camping Site
Davidow Park (15.2 acres)
Contiguous to Joan Estates Tot Lot
Great Oak Park (69.9 acres)
Undeveloped woodland parcel purchased in the late 60’s with federal land state funding.
Indian Ledge Park (104.6 acres)
Regulation size lighted softball field
BMX Racing Track
Two Multi-Purpose Fields
Amphitheatre Stage, with full Band Shell cover
Community Playground w/picnic area
Water-Spray Lot and lower level Lavatory
Radio control track, above the current BMX track
Artificial turf field affording four-season field play for soccer and lacrosse.
Indian Ledge converted barn houses our week-end Youth Drop-In Center.
Teen Youth Center- Utilized every weekday evening as well as for weekend events.
The Trumbull Dog Park
This most utilized park is also host location for the Town’s annual summer concert and Fallen Heroes Recognition Event.
Island Brook Park (47.0 acres)
Multi use ball field complex
Tot Lot Playground
Kaatz Pond Park ( 17.5 acres)
State Stocked Youth Fishing Pond
Kaechele Property Soccer Fields Complex on Madison Avenue. (12.23 acres)
Long Hill Green (0.1 acre)
Shared maintenance with Long Hill Green Association
Park Benches and Walkways
Location for Summer Farmers Market
Middlebrooks Park (13.7 acres) - Contiguous to school property.
Mischee Brook Park (16.6 acres)
Nothnagle Memorial Field (4.0 acres)
Little League size ball field
Two Tennis Courts
Old Mine Park (Historic Mine Area Dedication) (72.1 acres)
Two Pavilions and Picnic Area
Meadow multi-purpose field
Natural River – Walk Bridge
Scouting activities continue to be conducted at this location.
Cub Scout Pack 468 and the Daniels Farm School PTA Fathers Club conduct their annual family overnight campouts at this location.
Our two pavilions and picnic areas are booked from early spring through fall.
Phoebe Meadow is available for field sports scheduling.
The Trumbull Counseling Center is assigned to the Old Mine Park building.
Parlor Rock Historic Amusement Area ( 2.5 acres)
The Rail Trails Program over the historic rail bed from Bridgeport to Newtown is constructed contiguous with Parlor Rock Park with a small “rest area” within the Park area to facilitate users of the Rail Trails.
Pequonnock River Valley Park/Rails to Trails:
In conjunction with the Greater Bridgeport Regional Planning Agency which includes Trumbull, grants have been obtained from the State to develop the Rails to Trails path from Bridgeport, through Trumbull, and through Monroe to Newtown as a part of a national program to utilize historic railroad beds as walk ways and bicycle paths. The trail is now open from the Helen Plumb Building in Trumbull Center all the way to Monroe and is used daily by hundreds of walkers and bikers and many more on weekends. The Rail Trail through the Pequonnock River Valley is a marvelous addition to Trumbull woodland park system.
Gunther Park (Pondview Pond Park) (1.3 acres)
Small “vest pocket” park renamed in honor of past Park Commissioner Carl Gunther.
Strawberry Brook Estates (4.4 acres)
Developer donated greenbelt.
Spring Hill Road Little League ball field. (2+/- acres)
Tashua Recreation Area (19.3 acres)
Presently this community park contains an open to the public 18 hole golf course and a 9-hole golf course with public clubhouse and restaurant.
The Town retained 20 acres for Town use which includes:
Regulation size Swimming Pool
Kiddy Pool, with cover
Tot Lot Playground
Lighted Tennis Courts
Lighted Basketball Courts
Twin Brooks Park (83.2 acres)
Natural Swimming Area
Memorial Walkway Planting Area
Covered Pavilions (one small, one large)
Contiguous with the Vietnam Memorial Park which is maintained by the Park Department in conjunction with the Beautification Commission.
Unity Park (35.1 acres)
Combines contiguous Buffer Zone D’Addario Parcel (4.1 acres) and Total (41.0 acres) the Aldo Parcel (7.8 acres).
Little League and Babe Ruth League ball fields, including two lighted fields.
Ice Skating Ponds
Volley Ball Courts
Listing files in 'Parks & Recreation'
Director of Parks and Recreation
Stuart S. McCarthy
Superintendent of Parks:
366 Church Hill Road
Trumbull, CT 06611
Parks & Recreation Main Office:
Parks Maintenance & Repairs:
Parks Scheduling and Recreation Programs Info:
Parks Dept Office Hours:
Mon.-Fri. 7:00 AM-3:30 PM
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