Information on:

Brooksvale Park

524 Brooksvale Avenue

Park Information:

500+ acre nature park & wildlife sanctuary


Domestic Animal Barnyard

Maple Sugaring Shack

Native Wildlife Garden

20’ x 40’ Picnic Pavilion with 3 raised style charcoal grills

Restroom facilities April through October (not handicap accessible)

Veterans Memorial Building


Lisa Schain

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Wonderful way to spend the day! Right on the Farmington Canal Trail. This is the most pleasant of places. Large red barns. A beautiful garden and pond. They have mini horses, sheep, goats, and rabbits. There are even chickens! Don't forget to ask for a dozen of freshly laid eggs for a small donation. They are so yummy! Nothing beats fresh eggs. Wonderful staff. Well kept grounds. Just an overall 5 star place that I will visit often!

Nathan Pudlin

Thursday, April 12, 2018
I came here as a kid, now I bring my kids here. Big public park with tons of hiking trails, a large playing field and a small farm with horses, sheep, goats, chickens and bunnies. My kids love it.

Xiomari Caban

Friday, April 27, 2018
I love the farm with all the animals in it ! With the pond & nature walk trail it's amazing

Tim Servidas Jr

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Cool place to take the little ones they have animals they can look at

Paul Begemann

Saturday, March 17, 2018
Nice Town Park. Connects to Farmington Canal walking and biking path as well as hiking trails that connect to Naugatuck State Forest. Has small animals on display as well as a pavilion for events. Ice skating on the pond of mother nature cooperates. Small playscape for kids, athletic fields and a picnic area too.

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