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Riverfront Park

Glastonbury's newest park featuring a lighted baseball field, lacrosse and soccer fields a Dog Park. hiking/walking trails with a beautiful view of the Connecticut River. Take time to enjoy a picnic in the pavilion or one of the tables situated along the water. The park is within walking distance of Main Street and the town's central business district and the Riverfront Community Center. 


Cherie Sachiel-Flint

Monday, July 9, 2018
Went there 1st on Sat for LL Bean paddle boarding class...beautiful layout and easy for the paddle boards (great instructors). Then when back yesterday with my daughter and our bikes...can get right onto some trails in the area, too. Didn't see inside Boathouse (functions both days), but was able to sit on the terrace and soak up the view. Also restrooms open to the public. We'll be back.

Chinmaey Shende

Monday, June 25, 2018
This was beautiful refreshing experience to attend international Yoga day. Yoga instructor Jones was great teacher. Kids have huge play ground and play area. I felt very safe to allow kids to run around their own as I could see them while I was doing Yoga.

Mukund Palsikar

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Loved this place during start of spring on sunny Sunday with family. You can relax at Connecticut river bank take sun bath, read, watch birds and people doing water boat rides. Also you can enjoy your own barbeque but without beer 🙄. Alcoholic drinks not allowed. Watch your kids as there is no safety fence and kids get attracted by water. Good place to walk or read or have nap under sun. Get your own food or coffee to enjoy as no food outlet near by. Plenty of parking space. Neat and clean place. Must go with family to have relax time.

Katherine Dresty

Thursday, March 1, 2018
Beautiful views, always clean and taken care of. Great for hikes, walks, pinics etc. Nice indoor bathroom. 2 separate fenced in playgrounds next to each other, for toddlers and older children. Bathroom is across the parking lot but not too far a walk. Best highlights for my children and I are: â–ªbasketball court is far enough away from playground that if it was applicable during your visit, teenage group behaviors and language are not noticeable. â–ªvery well lit â–ªmy older kid can "hang out" with friends at the dock or fields, in the same area as my little ones. â–ªno pool. Yup, no pool can be an asset in the summer. Not overcrowded with buses of kids in summer programs. â–ªgreat playground equipment with tons of climbing, sandbox, and enough places to sit, should your children allow it. â–ªmy young ones love eating lunch on a blanket watching the boats go by, going on "adventures" on the trails, and visiting the dog park. If you end up staying long enough, which is quite easy there, dusk brings out many bird species, great views of sunsets, lit fountain, and the occasional baseball game to peek in on.

Sachin Aggarwal

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
One of the best places to spend your evening if looking to explore a place near Hartford

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