Trails and Trail Maps

Wilton offers a variety of trail options including: Town, State, and Federal owned trails, Wilton Land Conservation Trust (WLCT) open spaces, walkable easements granted by residents, and the Norwalk River Valley Trail (NRVT).   For more information about the NRVT and the sections that run through Wilton, click here.

Below is information about the trails, including mapping and rules related to dogs. Information is also available on the searchable CT trails website

Dogs off leash, where allowed, must remain under the direct control of the owner at all times. In addition to the list below, dogs must be on leash at Allen's Meadows, Merwin Meadows, and on trails leading from Merwin Meadows to School Road and from Merwin Meadows to Old Post Office Square.  Wilton's dog ordinance is available here

Town, State, Federal and/or Land Trust Open Spaces & Walkable EasementsSize
Ambler Farm *22 Acres
Belknap Preserve +37 Acres
Bradley Park +82.6 Acres
Cherry Lane Park *50.5 Acres
Grassi Property #71.0 Acres
Gregg Preserve (WLCT)74.5 Acres
Harrison Smith Preserve (WLCT)23 Acres
Honey Hill Nature Preserve +37.5 Acres
Horseshoe Park +8.8 Acres
Marble/Van Haelwyn-RichardsPreserve (WLCT)44.5 Acres
Norwalk River Parks and Fields +

33 Acres

Olmstead Hill Farm Fields # (No dogs, no bikes)50 Acres
Quarry Head State Park *33.7 Acres
Sackett Preserve +33 Acres
Schenck's Island *17.4 Acres
Spencer-Rice Preserve +16 Acres

Stonebridge Wild Fowl Sanctuary +

20 Acres
Town Forest *190.8 Acres
Vista Road Property +36 Acres

Weir Farm *

60 Acres

Weir Preserve +

110 Acres
Wild Duck Reserve +16 Acres
Woodcock Nature Center *146 Acres

+   Dogs allowed. Dogs off leash must remain under the direct control of the owner at all times.
*    Dogs on leash only
#    No Dogs

WLCT = Wilton Land Conservation Trust Property

Olmstead Hill Farm Fields are privately-owned by the Black Family. The family has granted an easement for public use of a walking trail that is clearly marked.  As this is a working farm with animals, please keep the gates closed and keep dogs and bikes at home.  Stay on the marked trail.