Norwalk River Valley Trail Loop provides a 38 mile route in Wilton, Fairfield County, Connecticut, for walkers, hikers, and cyclists
The River Valley Trail Loop will provide a 38 mile route from Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk, Connecticut to Danbury, Connecticut for walkers, hikers, and cyclists. Along the way will be connections to rail stations, schools, and offices, leading to green transportation as well as recreational activities.
Work has been done on the Wilton Center Loop, which in total is an 8 mile loop. Around 3 miles of the trail runs along Route 7 from Wolfpit Road up to Pimpewaug Road. It then crosses the Norwalk River at Cannon Road to Allen’s Meadow and then proceeds south through Merwin Meadows continuing into Wilton Center and back down to Wolfpit.
Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Norwalk, and Wilton completed a study effort in 2012 to see how they could share the trail for recreation and transportation along the Norwalk River. Because the land is being used for recreation, it is unlikely to be turned into a highway, which is good news for those who love the environment, as well as exercise.
Friends of the NRVT, Inc. is a non-profit corporation and is employed by volunteers, making sure that all contributions are going directly to construction, maintenance, and promotion of the trail.
With high ranking schools, easy commute to Manhattan, and a variety of recreational activities, this town is a great place to live.
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Located within South Wilton, this charming neighborhood is considered a historic district.
This area of town offers residential areas, pleny of shops and restaurants, and close location to Wilton Center, Norwalk, and New Canaan.