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I recently moved back to Colchester. My twins are 16 months old and I'm always looking for opportunities to let them be around water that is a reasonable distance from home. We tried out Day Pond this morning. The last time I had driven through...More
Was taken here by my dad as a teen, although we lived quite a distance away. Our son and his friends spent many a summer day swimming here. Good place to teach kids how to fish also. Lately pond has been closed off and on...More
Has a sandy beach approx 100' frontage, some picnic tables , no trash cans ( take what you bring with you )
there is an out house of some type, I went in once , will never go back in...bring your own potty paper. overall...More
We had about 20 in our group, ranging from 5-65. We had a great time, there are many spots to choose from, some with grills others without. Lots of families were there having a great time as well. The pond,beach and bathrooms were all clean....More
I have just discovered this park and love it! The falls were a welcome surprise! Moderate hiking trails with creek and rock jumping required. The fallen trees, some blocking the trail, just add to ambience here. It is amazingly beautiful!
We just happened to see the sign to Day Pond on our way somewhere else while vacationing in Connecticut so we decided to go take a look. This is a beautiful park with lots of trees. We were there in fall so the many colors...More
Nice,but crowded on weekends and folks with loud boomboxes by the pond and in the parking area. Trails were even crowded. A lot of trash lying around in the busy area. And, a couple of very creepy middle aged men.