Lewis E. Fulton Memorial Park

Waterbury Town Park

70.5 acres in Waterbury, CT

Parking: Small lots near 438 Cooke St, Waterbury, CT

Trail Map           Trails: 1.2 miles     Rating: Unexplored

This is a partial/incomplete listing as I have not yet explored Fulton Memorial Park.


Purchased by the city in 1879, it was developed into a park from 1920-25. The park is named for Lewis Fulton the son of William Fulton, president of the Fulton Foundry Corporation, who was the primary driver and funder of transforming the former reservoir into a public park.


The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. 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. is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.

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