Litchfield Community Park

2318 Hallowell Rd

Community Park
The Litchfield Community Park is a year-round park where all ages can play and learn, build a sense of community, and be good stewards of our environment while making use of Litchfield’s natural resources (Facebook group Litchfield  Community Park).

The park is in the intermediate stages of its development plan with the primary goal of providing a place for Litchfield families and guests to enjoy diverse recreational activities.

The Park is owned by the Town of Litchfield and is open to residents of Litchfield and their guests.

LOCATION: Look for the kiosk at the main entrance on Hallowell Rd about half way between the Town Office and the Transfer Station.

IN-SEASON: The Park is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 9 am to 8 pm, weather permitting. Vehicles may park inside the Park whenever the gate is open. Vehicles left in the Park after hours will have to remain there until opening the following day.

OFF-SEASON: The Park may be accessed by parking in the Fairgrounds parking lot adjacent to the Town Office (enter through the gate).

Community Park Trail Map

Absolutely no motor vehicles should be on the property except on the access roads and at the parking lot. Pedestrians should stay within the marked public areas (shown in green).

Horses are permitted on all roads and trails except those shown on the map with dashed lines.

Dogs must be on a leash or under voice control at all times.

All activity including swimming and skating is at users’ own risk. Note that the ice thickness on the ponds may be inconsistent.

TRASH IN/TRASH OUT! Please remove your trash and any other trash you find along the way. There is no trash receptacle in the park.

Fishing is permitted. Hunting and trapping (including for fish) are not permitted.

A portable toilet will be available seasonally.

There are picnic tables and a swimming area at Crystal Pond.

This park is possible only because of the work of volunteers. If you’d like to help, please contact a member of the Conservation Commission.

Thank you for carrying out your trash!