• Connecticut's

    Hidden Gem

    Northwest Park is a 473 acre municipal site owned and operated by the Town of Windsor, CT. Friends of Northwest Park exists to support and expand the many wonderful programs and events happening year round at the park through its' membership organization.

  • Explore

    473 Acres

    12 miles of hiking trails, a functioning Maple Sugar House, a bustling Nature Center, and farm animals with loads of personality.

  • Attend

    Year-round Events

    Coffee house concert series, children's summer camps, annual country fair. The fun never ends, and there’s something for everyone.

  • Join

    A Thriving Community

    Nature lovers with the common goal of keeping this local treasure open and preserved to be enjoyed by all; now and for future generations.

NWP Info

Northwest Park is owned and maintained by The Town of Windsor, CT. This site is operated by The Friends of NWP, a membership organization in support of the park.

The park is open to the public dawn to dusk, free of charge. For official park info, facility reservations, and general information please visit the Town of Windsor's Northwest Park website.

Northwest Park

145 Lang Road
Windsor, CT 06095

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April's Full Moon Hike
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Celtic folk at the Park

The Friends of Northwest Park are pleased to present House of Hamill in concert on Saturday, April 6th at 7:30 pm at the Northwest Park Nature Center in Windsor, Connecticut.

Whether they’re ripping through a set of original jigs and reels, adding lush three-part harmonies into traditional folk ballads, or cracking up an audience with stories from the road, House of Hamill puts on a show that captivates audiences from the very first note. The band features Caroline Browning, Brian Buchanan and Rose Baldino of the Celtic folk-rock band Enter the Haggis.

The Pennsylvania-based band is a fixture on festival stages across the US, and have shared their music and stories on the country’s premier folk stages. Their version of “Pound a Week Rise” rose to #1 on the US Folk DJ charts, and the video for their all-violin cover of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” amassed over 16 million views on Facebook, where it was shared over 400,000 times. Their latest release, “Folk Hero,” captures perfectly the frenetic energy and eclecticism of their always engaging live show. It is a lively collection of original instrumentals, reimagined folk ballads, and new songs that showcase the trio’s versatility.

The Northwest Park Nature Center is a smoke free, handicap accessible facility located in Windsor, Connecticut. For ticket information and reservations go on line at www.northwestpark.org, or call 860-285-1886. Proceeds will benefit environmental education at the Park.
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Friends of Northwest Park1 month ago
Northwest Park & Nature Center
It’s that SWEET TIME OF YEAR! We can’t wait to see you all at our 37th annual Friends of Northwest Park Pancake Breakfast! THIS COMING Saturday, March 23, 2024 from 8 am to 11 am. $6 for adults, $4 for kids under 12, 3 and under FREE. Cash only for this event, please. Visit our website for more info.

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Friends of NWP
PO BOX 773
Windsor, CT 06095

(t) 860.285.1886 (NWP Nature Center)
(e) info@northwestpark.org

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