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Welcome to Northwest Park! Located in historic Windsor, Connecticut, USA, the park is a 473-acre multi-recreational facility operated by the Town of Windsor, Connecticut, offering an interpretive nature center, 12 miles of trails, maple sugaring, a Coffee House Concert Series, gift shop, and more. Find out about us here on-line, then come for a visit! Click for directions to Northwest Park. Our address is 145 Lang Road, Windsor, CT.

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A reschedule date will be announced as soon as possible for
The Dechamplain Jazz Quartet concert. Reservations for the scheduled February 14 concert will be honored.

Price $18.
Nora Jane Struthers is a talented songwriter, singer, and guitarist whose keen appreciation of the nuances of traditional music shines in her own work. Struthers music is among the purest Americana being created today. She sees her music as not bluegrass, not really old time,not folk. but a blend of all three. She has already received recognition an one of the topup-and-coming voices on the Americana scene. She has won the neo-traditional band competition at West Virginia’s Appalachian String Band Festival, and her song ”Greenbrier County” placed as a finalist in Colorado's Telluride Troubadour competition. “Nora Jane infuses bright, fresh lyrics into this traditional genre with sheer intelligence. Musically,she takes unconventional twists and turns, while ‘holding you to the road’ with commanding charm.” - Claire Lynch

April 11 Amy Gallatin & Stillwaters - $16 -
The powerhouse duo of Amy Gallatin and renowned resophonic guitarist Roger Williams—20 and 40 year veterans of the New England music scene--joined forces a few years ago to explore their mutual love of country standards, served up with an acoustic treatment in the bluegrass vein. The result is a toe-tapping blend of heartfelt vocals, soaring harmonies and red-hot picking, traditional yet modern and distinct.


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...full of information on programs and events at Northwest Park!

Grasshopper Sparrow
Grasshopper Sparrow
Northwest Park has two male Grasshopper Sparrows singing in the Park's "Long Field." These birds are endangered and the Park has spent much time and money to prepare the fields as grasslands to attract this species. We give recognition to these folks for finding the birds:: Brian Kleiman, Laura Boglisch, and Jamie Meyers. The photos are by Ford Parker

The Friends of Northwest Park and Park Director, Ford Parker are pleased to introduce a new feature on our web site - Northwest Park - Naturally. We've posted information on interesting sightings at the park, and you can contribute to this new feature!
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Nature photographer Steve Ryan can now be seen right here on the Northwest Park Web site. Click to see some of Steve's nature photos taken here at the park.


What's new...


New! Click to get live "real time" weather conditions at Northwest Park in Windsor, Connecticut

Click to watch Northwest Park's Geothermal In Action: See how our new system heats and cools in real time!

LOGO New Environmental Education Resource Guide available (PDF)

LOGO Download our Trail Map
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Compliance Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Northwest Park strives to accommodate all participants in all of our programs. If you require special services in order for you to participate in any program of Northwest Park, please let us know, or, if using a registration form, include this on your form, and give us at least two (2) weeks advance notice prior to the program.


The Friends of Northwest Park now accepts credit cards for on-line donations, membership dues, ands membership renewals! Read details>>

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