Columbus Point Municipal Park Harbor Drive, Middletown, CT06457 This small, manicured park near Harbor Park restaurant is located on a bend in the Connecticut River and offers…More excellent views. It also has a statue of Christopher Columbus. Boathouses and a launch used by Wesleyan University and high school crew teams stand next door.
Pikes Ravine Park High and Beach streets, Middletown, CT06457 On the corner of High and Beach streets, Pikes Ravine Park is a residential park with a small fishing pond and nature…More trail. The pond can be used for ice skating in the winter months.
John J. Tynan Park Higby Rd & Sisk St, Middletown, CT06457 This park is 30 acres of undeveloped, open space off Higby Road near Sisk Street. Its walking trails link with the…More Mattabasett Trail and with other trails to the top of Higby Mountain. Tynan park offers nice views of a ridgeline to the west and a small, unpaved parking area.
This department maintains parking meters, enforces Middletown's downtown parking regulations and collects revenues…More from 1,000 municipal spaces (half of which are metered).</p>
<p>Along with the city's Parking Advisory Committee, it also recommends changes in fares, fines and improvements to parking facilities, policies and practices and fares. It also hears appeals in parking disputes. Offices are in the basement of city hall.</p>
<p>Director is Geen Thazhampallath.</p>
Spear Park Main St & William St, Middletown, CT06457 This city park is at the intersection of Main and William streets next to the senior center. It has large concrete…More sculptures and a water fountain.
Swales Pond Municipal Park Wadsworth St & McKenna Dr, Middletown, CT06457 Next to Snow School and McKenna Drive on Wadsworth Street, this residential park has a small fishing pond. It's also…More used for ice skating when conditions are right.
South Green Municipal Park Main St & Old Church St, Middletown, CT06457 Also known as Union Park, this green space lies at the intersection of Main and South Main streets and is the site of…More many civic events, including a summer concert series and farmers' market.
Wadsworth Falls State Park 721 Wadsworth St, Middletown, CT06457 Wadsworth Falls State Park is a natural resource for residents of Middletown and the surrounding areas to enjoy. The…More state park offers a variety of hiking and biking trails, streams for fishing and swimming, picnic areas and a waterfall. Leashed pets are allowed and restrooms are available.
McCarthy Park High St & Huber Ave, Middletown, CT06457 Located on Hotchkiss Street, with access from High Street near Huber Avenue, this park has one soccer field, two tennis…More courts and a basketball hoop. The entrance is marked by a small sign on the east side of High Street just north of the intersection with Huber Avenue. There is limited, on-street parking on the west side of High Street. From there, follow a small path to the fields.
Ron McCutcheon Park Livingston and Millbrook Roads, Middletown, CT06457 This 100-acre park on state-owned Crystal Lake offers swimming, a sand beach, picnic pavilion, tables, a shower and…More buildings with amenities. There's also a Little League field, a softball field and a soccer field. The paved, state boat launch is for electric motors only and fishing is allowed, but not ice-fishing. McCutcheon Park is also the scene of many summer youth programs sponsored by the city's recreation department.
City of Middletown Parks & Recreation Department 100 Riverview Ctr, Middletown, CT06457 Middletown's recreation division runs or supports a range of annual programs, including summer youth camps and programs,…More sports clinics, adult and youth athletic leagues, senior programs and swimming at Crystal Lake and Veterans Memorial Park and Pool. The parks division maintains more than 30 municipal parks, cemeteries and the grounds at city hall. It also hosts or supports Little League and Youth soccer, high school games and helps out with other events such at the Head of of the Connecticut Regatta, American Legion Baseball and semi-professional football tournaments. The director of the parks and recreation department and the superintendent of recreation work from offices at Riverview Center, Suite 140, just down from police headquarters on Main Street. Offices for the parks superintendent are at 319 Butternut Street, beside Middletown's Butternut Hollow Park. The phone number for the parks division is 860-343-6627.
Veterans Memorial Park and Pool Walnut Grove Road, Middletown, CT06457 Veterans Memorial Park has more than 40 acres of wooded land, featuring trails, picnic areas, pavilions and an outdoor…More swimming pool. Local schools use the park for track events as well as soccer and baseball practice. The nearby Coginchaug River is open for fishing, and a pedestrian bridge connects this park to Palmer Field Stadium.
Wadsworth Falls State Park 721 Wadsworth St, Middletown, CT06457 Open to the public year-round, Wadsworth Falls State Park offers picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, a swimming…More beach and two stunning waterfalls. The park covers 270 acres in Middlefield and Middletown. The Coginchaug River flows along the north-west side of the park and provides plenty of fishing opportunities. Pets are allowed in picnic areas and hiking trails; leashes are required.
English Falls Municipal Park Miner Street, Middletown, CT06457 A short walk along the park's woodland path leads to waterfalls, pools, rock outcroppings and scenic western views over…More I-91. The start of the trail is marked by large, concrete blocks along a pull-off on the west side of Miner Street.
Hubbard Park South Main Street Extention, Middletown, CT06457 This park lies on the west side of South Street Extension just north of the Route 17 overpass. It has two athletic…More fields, including a Little League baseball facility, for games and tournaments. It also has batting cages and other amenities.
Harborpark Harbor Drive, Middletown, CT06457 This park offers scenic views of the Connecticut River, funky public sculptures, picnic tables, benches and lots of…More grass. This is a good place for quiet contemplation (there's also fishing off the boardwalk). Just downriver are boathouses for the Wesleyan University and Middletown High School crew teams, whose slender sculls can be seen slicing the water in season. It's not all serenity, though; Harbor Park is also the scene of the annual July Fourth festivities and other events.
Willie Pep Skateboard Park 1 Green St, Middletown, CT06457 Willie Pep Skateboard Park is a 135 square foot skate park which offers local skaters a spot to practice moves. It…More features a five-foot quarter pipe, mini-pipe, rounded grinding rail, flat box, kinked box and more.
Hubbard Tract Westfield Street and Westmont Drive, Middletown, CT06457 This is a heavily wooded, undeveloped tract of land along the south side of Westfield Street just west of Spencer…More Elementary School. The parks department states that it is not open to the public.
Veterans Memorial Green Washington Terrace and Veterans Way, Middletown, CT06457 Bordered by High and Vine streets to the east and west and Route 66 and Washington Terrace, Veterans Memorial Green is a…More prominent and solemn reminder of the sacrifices made by America's veterans of every conflict. Parking is on Washington Terrace.