Alice Newton Street Memorial Park
Over 100 acres of woodland, meadows, and adorable wooden bridges.
This is the combined length of all the trails within the park. The blue trail was originally part of the Naugatuck Trail, one of the oldest Native American trails in Connecticut, and it is now a middle section of Woodbridge's five-mile-long Greenway system. For a longer hike, you can continue on the Blue trail from either the north or south end of this park (see map).
Destination Distance From Downtown
The park is fairly flat. The main trail is crushed gravel, and the side trails are grass and dirt. Some sections are thick with tree roots underfoot, which could pose a tripping hazard.
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