The town currently has a number of parks and recreation facilities, owned by the Town, the State of Connecticut, the regional school district, or private property owners, that serve the active recreation needs of the town residents. These existing facilities include:
Burnt Hill Park
This is the newest of all our parks.
This 171 acres includes:
2 baseball fields
2 football/Lacrosse Fields
1 soccer field
Park Operations Building
Veterans Memorial Park
This is a town-owned park located on a 17-acre site on Wall Street. A paved parking lot of approximately 100 spaces is situated near the front of the park. It contains the following facilities:
Two children’s Playscapes
A skateboard park (open sunrise to sunset)
A baseball field (70’ baselines; 225’)
A walking trail (9/10 mile in length)
Bathrooms and concession
An outdoor basketball court
A softball field
GrayvilleFalls Grayville Falls offers both passive and active recreation opportunities such as picnicking, walking, fishing, quiet enjoyment of the waterfalls and river, and access to the Air Line State Park Trail. The Park is fairly remote, has rugged terrain, is very natural in character, and therefore lends itself to passive uses.
Old Colchester Road Field This is a town-owned field located on a 3.8-acre site on Old Colchester Road. Improvements include a small, unpaved parking area, a baseball/softball field with 60-foot baselines, and a small soccer field that is superimposed over the outfield of the baseball/softball field.
Gilead Hill School The school is used for community recreation and summer sports. Outdoor recreation facilities include two softball fields and a multi-purpose field. There also exists a small field area that is used by the baseball league informally as a “T-Ball” field. A Playscape is located to the rear of the school. and is also available for public use during non-school hours.
Hebron Elementary School
Hebron Elementary School has a wonderful outdoor recreation area for
Pre-School age children. A playscape is a place for our children to run and slide
at their hearts content. In addition, it has a multi-purpose field, as well as, ¼ mile walking track.
RHAMRegionalSchool This is a collaboration of RHAM Middle School and RHAM High School. Both schools are located near the Hebron Center on a campus that shares common athletic fields. Each has its own gymnasium but they share the outdoor sports and recreation facilities that have been fully upgraded as part of the Regional High School Expansion plans. These facilities include a regulation 400-meter track, two baseball fields, a softball field, and multi-purpose fields.
St. Peter’s Field This is a baseball field located on Church Street constructed on land leased from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. This ball field is used by the Hebron Youth Baseball and Softball Association, and consists of 70-foot baseball field.
Air Line Trail
This multi-use trail in Hebron provides opportunities for hiking, biking, jogging, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding. This trail, owned by the State of Connecticut, physically connects to the towns of Colchester and Lebanon and the potential exists for further connections. The Trail also provides access and outstanding views of the Raymond Brook Marsh, lands primarily owned by the State of CT. For More information please click on the link below. http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2716&q=479336&deepNav_GID=1650
Salmon RiverStateForest This park, partially located in Hebron, contains opportunities for hiking and fishing. These extensive lands include the Holbrook Pond facility where boating and fishing are permitted.
GayCityState Park Gay City is located in Hebron on the Bolton town-line and contains hiking trails, picnicking facilities, cross country skiing opportunities and a beach for public swimming.
Blackledge Country Club & Tallwood Country Club These clubs provide ample opportunities for golfing within the community. These privately owned facilities provide 54 holes of golf to the general public in two separate locations in northern Hebron and also maintain hundreds of acres in open space.