Description

Chatfield Hollow State Park

Connecticut State Park

412 acres in Killingworth, CT

Parking: Two small lots near 370 N Branford Road Killingworth, CT

Trail Map


Chatfield Hollow is a large property that offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and swimming.  For hiking there are a number of trails adding to a few miles and connects to the Cockaponset State Forest for an additional set of trails.  It is also across the road from Forster Pond State Park for further exploration.  Some of the state’s most technical mountain biking can be found on the Pond Trail or Lookout Trail.  Swimming is available at a narrow beach on Schreeder Pond.

History:

Designated as a state park in 1949.


Links:

Peter Marteka – Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure

Mountain Biking at Chatfield Hollow

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.

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Trail Map


Chatfield Hollow is a large property that offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and swimming.  For hiking there are a number of trails adding to a few miles and connects to the Cockaponset State Forest for an additional set of trails.  It is also across the road from Forster Pond State Park for further exploration.  Some of the state’s most technical mountain biking can be found on the Pond Trail or Lookout Trail.  Swimming is available at a narrow beach on Schreeder Pond.

History:

Designated as a state park in 1949.


Links:

Peter Marteka – Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure

Mountain Biking at Chatfield Hollow

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.

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Chatfield Hollow State Park

Connecticut State Park

412 acres in Killingworth, CT

Parking: Two small lots near 370 N Branford Road Killingworth, CT

Trail Map


Chatfield Hollow is a large property that offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and swimming.  For hiking there are a number of trails adding to a few miles and connects to the Cockaponset State Forest for an additional set of trails.  It is also across the road from Forster Pond State Park for further exploration.  Some of the state’s most technical mountain biking can be found on the Pond Trail or Lookout Trail.  Swimming is available at a narrow beach on Schreeder Pond.

History:

Designated as a state park in 1949.


Links:

Peter Marteka – Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure

Mountain Biking at Chatfield Hollow

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.

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Chatfield Hollow State Park

Connecticut State Park

412 acres in Killingworth, CT

Parking: Two small lots near 370 N Branford Road Killingworth, CT

Trail Map


Chatfield Hollow is a large property that offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and swimming.  For hiking there are a number of trails adding to a few miles and connects to the Cockaponset State Forest for an additional set of trails.  It is also across the road from Forster Pond State Park for further exploration.  Some of the state’s most technical mountain biking can be found on the Pond Trail or Lookout Trail.  Swimming is available at a narrow beach on Schreeder Pond.

History:

Designated as a state park in 1949.


Links:

Peter Marteka – Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure

Mountain Biking at Chatfield Hollow

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.