I’ve been exploring and writing about Connecticut since 2006. After a decade, I began compiling CTMQ guides for each town in the state. I plan on “completing” Killingworth CTMQ-style… as well as the other 168 towns, cities, and boroughs in Connecticut. That is the ultimate goal of CTMQ.
If I’ve missed anything in town or if anything has closed or changed, please let me know.
All The CTMQ Killingworth Stuff
Black Rock Schoolhouse
Chatfield Hollow SP Nature Center
Parmelee House and Barns
Pine Orchard School House
Platt Nature Center
Union District Schoolhouse
Chatfield Hollow State Park
Forster Pond State park
CFPA: Chatfield Trail
Regional Water Authority Trails – Intro
Killingworth Land Conservation Trust – Intro
- Fawn Hill Trail
Hammonassett River Trail
Winkel Pond Trail
Killingworth’s Town Trails – Intro
- Eric W. Auer Killingworth Recreational Park
Parmelee Farm Trails,
Platt nature Center Trails
Food & Drink
Sadly, nothing of note. Here is the explanation for why this is so.
Pond Meadow Natural Area Cranberry Bog
Cranberry Hollow Cranberry Bog
Lavender Pond Farm
Chatfield Hollow Covered Bridge
Fat Man Squeeze
Roast Meat Hill Road
Hugh Lofting Gravesite
Completion Celebration TBD
Padraic saysMay 8, 2018 at 12:17 pm
Killingworth, like Beacon Falls, is one of those towns that upon hearing the name, I (shamefully) think to myself “There’s no such town in Connecticut.”
And that’s despite having cousins who live in Seymour. And having gone to Chatfield Hollow a bunch as a kid. I remember it having a mill/water wheel, though I might be mixing that memory with another park.
This comment feels weirdly confessional – sorry to residents of Beacon Falls and Killingworth. Beacon Falls, I like your views of the Naugatuck River and Route 8 adjacency. And Killingworth, I like your Chatfield Hollow and cool name.