Trumbull (Old Mine Park)

Old Mine Park
Trumbull, Connecticut

Description

Old Mine Park used to be a tungsten mine, the pavilion for picnicking now stands where the main ore processing building once stood. Be sure to check the Trumbull Historical site (listed below) for photos of the mine when it was in operation. The loop up the large hill takes you past remnants of old mine cuts and shafts (fenced off for safety).

Name Confusion
Often considered just a northern extension of the Pequonnonck Valley State Park, Old Mine Park is town owned and a separate entity. It's easy to ride between the two parks on a very smooth and easy Rail Trail.

For a close up GPS map of Pequonnock Valley State Park (adjacent to the south) click here >

  • Trails
  • Topo
Old Mine Trail Map
Old Mine Trail Map - Topo

Get Directions

  • Old Mine Parking
    This is reserved for Town Residents only. Please park at the Whitney Ave lot and ride north.
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Park Details

  • Size of Park: 72 acres
  • Note: Old Mine Park is just north of the Pequonnock Valley Park (take the Rail Trail to connect).

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Flash-authored Interactive Trail Map featuring toggable highlights of trails and trail loops, zoom controls and more...

Park Map icon  "Parks" Map

Combo Map of Old Mine Park, Pequonnock Valley and Parlor Rock Parks.