Friends of Northwest Park

Windsor, Connecticut's Hidden Gem!

473 Acres of Trails and Natural Beauty

12 Miles of Trails, Maple Sugaring, Coffeehouse Concerts, Country Fair, and More...

Events and Programs for the Whole Family!

About Northwest Park

Located in historic Windsor, Connecticut, USA, Northwest 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, an annual coffee House concert series from November until May, and much 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.  The Friends of Northwest Park is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation devoted to cooperating with the Town to promote and preserve the environmental beauty of the park, to maintain the Nature Center, and to providing public nature programs of many kinds for the benefit of our visitors.

Read our Frequently Asked Questions about the park!

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.

Northwest Park Staff

Marilyn Smith
Northwest Park Manager

Jen Filer
Environmental Educator

Theresa Nodine
Environmental Educator

Tom Deshais
Environmental Educator

Jeff Boglish
Maintainer III

Stacie Ferolano
Animal Care Specialist

Diane Madden
Administrative Aide

Lori LeVasseur
Administrative Aide

David Langone
Tobacco Museum Curator
(860) 285-1888

Holly McCormick
(860) 285-1886


Interested in renting Northwest Park facilities? Download the Facility Request Form and send it to the Park at 145 Lang Rd., Windsor, CT 06095.

Want to bring your school class or group to the Park for an environmental educational program?  Or do you want the Park staff to come to your school?  Download (PDF) our Environmental Education Programming Brochure with all the details.

For matters relating to the Friends of Northwest Park: Friends of Northwest Park, 
145 Lang Rd., P.O. Box 773, Windsor, CT 06095, or email Terry Langevin, President at dcmtbl@comcast.net.

For business related to Northwest Park such as visitor information, program registration, or facility rentals, or to contact Marilyn Smith, Park Manager: Northwest Park, 145 Lang Rd., Windsor, CT 06095, Phone (860) 285-1886 Fax (860) 285-1887 or email northwestpark@townofwindsorct.com.   

Baltimore Oriole at Northwest Park