Parks and Recreation Department
Paul Denis, Head of Maintenance
Will Milish, Maintenance
80 Main Street
Terryville, CT 06786
(860) 585-4001 Please call the Mayor's Office for assistance
(860) 585-4015 Fax
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Parks & Recreation Commission
Linda Kazmierski, Chairperson
Gerard Bourbonniere, Vice-Chair
Catherine G. Kosak
Barbara K. Rockwell
Town Council Liaison:
Skateboard Park Ad Hoc Committee
Lisa Aiudi, alt. member
Paul Gianesini, alt. member
Peter Worhunsky, alt. member
||To register for and/or view all programs offered by the Parks and Recreation program go to: www.PlymouthTownRec.com
||The Recreation Department is requesting that no one feed the wild life at Lake Winfield because the water quality at the lake will deteriorate. The department will also be taking steps to deter the birds and geese from the water. We ask for everyone's cooperation. Thank you.
Gentile's Camp Ground
223 Mt. Tobe Rd., Rt. 262
Plymouth, CT 06782
Phone: (860) 283-8437
Contact: Ray or Irene
Camping - Includes electric, water, sewer, tent sites, RV's, Motor Homes, all travel trailers. Swimming pool in camp ground, miniature golf, volleyball, playground, and a new flea market open to the public on Saturdays until 3 p.m.
Lock Museum of America
230 Main Street
Terryville, CT 06786
Phone: (860) 589-6359
Fax: (860) 589-6359
Web Address: http://www.lockmuseumofamerica.org
Curator: Thomas F. Hennessy
Hours: May 1 through October 31, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. except Monday.
Only lock museum in America, has eight display rooms containing the largest collection of locks, keys and ornate hardware in the U.S.
Plymouth Land Trust
The Connecticut Forest and Park Association
Blue Trail System
Connecticut Explorer's Guide
Web Address: www.ctxguide.com
A comprehensive outdoor adventure resource featuring free online maps and guides for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking, camping, and road cycling. They continue to add new content for local resources which includes maps and guides of outdoor resources located near or in our area.
Housatonic River Guide
Web Address: www.housatonicriverguide.com
The Housatonic River Guide is intended to assist with and inspire paddle trips on the river. Every effort has been made to provide clear, accurate and useful information about the river, river-oriented organizations and the communities of the Housatonic River Valley.
The source of the Housatonic River begins in the Berkshire Hills at Muddy Pond in Washington, MA to the Long Island Sound at Stratford, CT where it meets the sea.