Trumbull has the most recreational and open space per capita in the state of Connecticut. There are 20 parks in our Town and many tennis courts, basketball and volleyball courts. There are also:
Social and cultural activities exist here for people of all ages. Attend our cultural programs, the annual arts festival, or our free weekly outdoor summer concerts. Our Nature and Arts Center offers a place to learn about the environment. Visit Trumbull's Library, which serves both as a family community center as well as a business resource center offering book discussions, movies, workshops, and music programs.
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.
More than 20 tennis courts, many lit for night play
Numerous lacrosse, baseball and soccer fields
One indoor and two outdoor swimming pools
Two public and two private natural swimming areas
Two sprinkler park areas
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.
Trumbull Parks and Recreation is closed to the public until further notice. Our team is available to assist you via phone or email from 9am-5pm, Monday thru Friday. Please call 203-452-5060 or email email@example.com.
Park stickers and pool guest passes will not be issued until our office reopens. 2019 Park Stickers will remain valid for 60 days after the parks reopen.
All recreation programs are cancelled or suspended. Participants will receive an email with the status of their program. All parks, playgrounds, open spaces, and athletic fields are closed to all activity until further notice. At this time the trail system remains open; however, we ask that residents practice the social distancing measures recommended by the CDC.
Visit our website and social media pages for virtual recreation opportunities!