klctThe Killingworth Land Conservation Trust continues to develop an extensive trail system on the property suitable for walking, horses and cross-country skiing.  Well behaved dogs are allowed on the trails.

DOGS MUST BE ON LEASH AT ALL TIMES. Security cameras are in use and will be used to identify offenders. Dog waste clean up continues to be a problem in the fields and on the trails. There are numerous dog waste bag receptacles and disposal cans. Please respect the Farm by keeping it clean.

The 132-acre Parmelee Farm is adjacent to Cockaponsett State Forest to the east.

PARMELEE TRAIL, 0.85 mile loop, blue, fairly easy walk, moderate hills, some roots and rocks.

PAVELKA TRAIL, 1.92 mile loop, red, moderate walk, somewhat steeper climbing, rocky sections.

BOSCO TRAIL, 2.59 mile loop, white, moderate walk, a few steeper sections.

WELTER TRAIL, 1.56 miles one way, purple, moderate walk, connects Parmelee Farm (Route 81),
and Platt Nature Center (Roast Meat Hill Road). Parking available at both ends of trail.

HIRD TRAIL, 0.94 miles, orange, easy walk, a loop from Roast Meat Hill Road or other trails.

PLATT NATURE CENTER (P.N.C.) TRAIL, 0.63 mile loop including wetland boardwalk, white.
Accessible from P.N.C. and other trails. Parking available at P.N.C.

Points of interest/connections, 0.60 miles, yellow, includes Scenic Gorge, overlooks and access trails.

RESTRICTIONS: Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Dogs must be on leash at all times.

Owners must clean up after their dogs. Clean-up bags and stations are provided.

These trails were developed by Bruce Dodson and the Killingworth Land Conservation Trust, Inc.

Visit: Killingworth Land Conservation Trust website