Merwin Meadows is a popular getaway for the Wilton residents. This park features a swimming pond, playground, picnic area and athletic fields.
Merwin Meadows is a favorite public park among children in Wilton. The 17-acre park features a swimming pond, playground, picnic area, basketball court, and athletic fields. The park is a great place to spend a summer day. Merwin Meadows is also walking distance from Wilton Center at one end, and at the other is a mile long trail along the Norwalk River, perfect for a walk or jog.
Another small river flows between the athletic fields and pond and playground areas, with a short bridge leading you across. The river is a great place for kids to look for frogs, tadpoles, and beautiful rocks. As you walk closer to town center, it flows into the larger Norwalk River, where you can often spot ducks. Bring some fruits and vegetables and maybe you can feed them.
During the fall, Merwin Meadows is host to the Pumpkin Festival, which features activities such as games and prizes, arts and crafts, face painting, baked goods, a pumpkin patch, and more. Children enjoy it and look forward to it every year. Local bands play at the festival and at other times during the summer too, for free concerts. Bring a blanket and have a nice picnic while listening to live music.
Whether you’re passing through on a run or spending the day, Merwin Meadows is a great place for everyone to enjoy.
Check out the website to find out more about the park's programs and events!
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