Trails (Pedestrian), Recreation and Open Space

The following areas in Town are open, where appropriate, for cross-country skiing, dog walking, fishing, hiking, riding and snowshoeing. Please see specific property below for restrictions.

Centennial Watershed State Forest - Aspetuck Trail - Map

Centennial Watershed State Forest - Saugatuck Trail - Map 

Centennial Watershed StateForest - Saugatuck-Aspetuck Trails - Map This over-view map shows the entire trail system including the Connector Trail.

Mill River Open Space (6.8 acres) - Provides fishing accesses along the Mill River off South Park Ave. Catch and release ONLY per DEEP rules and regulations.

Paine Open Space (143.4 acres) -  Map Located off Maple Rd. Shared with Aspetuck Land Trust. Dogs must be leashed. No viable fishing on Easton portions.

Steep Hill Open Space (1.1 acres) - Located near the south end of North Park Ave. Narrow old road right of way. Does not provide legal access to adjacent Aquarion land.

Aquarion Water Company (nearby reservoirs for fishing)

Aspectuck Land Trust (click for Preserves in Easton, Protected Properties and Printable Maps)

Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

DEEP Centennial Watershed State Forest (Easton, Newtown, Redding, Weston)

Dog Park

Easton Arts Center

Easton Community Center 

Open Space

Aspetuck Park – 369 Black Rock Road; Contains a little league field, small playground, picnic area and beach area. Fishing is permitted.

Parks and Recreation