Bike or Walk Wethersfield

Historic Wethersfield is a great place to bike or walk. Reachable by the surrounding towns a person is able to get here by bike and enjoy the historic district of Old Wethersfield while getting the nature-ous side of the town as well. Ride or walk by old colonial homes, ancient burying grounds, the Wethersfield Cove (see Witch of Black Bird Pond), and much more!

While you are here, there, and everywhere don't forget about the many shops and restaurants easily accessible by foot or pedal. Bike racks make it easy to park your bike safely while exploring.

See, read, and interact with the different bike and walking routes available below. 


 Wethersfield Heritage Walk

The Wethersfield Heritage Walk is a three mile long,
self-guided tour consisting of a series of twenty-two
interpretive markers that highlight points of         historical significance throughout Old Wethersfield.
See pdf or interactive google map for more!



 Heritage Way Bike Route

A ten mile route that explores one of Connecticut's
oldest towns. The bike path runs along trails and
town streets from the 1860 Reservoir in the
western part of town, through the heart of
Old Wethersfield, along Wethersfield Cove to
the Great Meadows in eastern Wethersfield.
The route is dirt, bluestone and on road so a
hybrid or gravel bike is recommended. See pdf 
or interactive google map for more!


 Historic Wethersfield in 6 miles

A 6-mile loop through Old Wethersfield for the 
casual bicyclist or the more enthusiastic cyclist
looking to expand their route through Wethersfield. 
See pdf or interactive google map for more!




 Following Wethersfield ’s Heritage Trail from
 the Cove toward the Rocky Hill Ferry Landing.
 Cycle past historic Comstock, Ferre Seed Company
 and Anderson Farm in the village, through historic
 seed gardens, corn, bean, turf and vegetable fields,
 flood plain forest, and marsh habitat along the
 CT River. See pdf for more!
Wethersfield Park Trails

Wethersfield Park Trails will take you through the woods no matter what season it is. Come for a bike, hike, or walk and see some of the flora and fauna while getting fresh air. Whether with friend, family, or pet remember to bring a picnic, snack, and always some water. See pdf for more!