Tolland Community Information

Crandall Park, the largest park in Tolland, is well equipped with hiking trails, pavilion, playground, athletic fields and a pond providing an attractive, safe and fun locale for various recreational activities. Just recently, the park has grown and additional 146 acres in size through efforts of the town?s conservation commission. The Lodge, located at Crandall?s II, is available to the public for special events and parties, showers, receptions and retreats. River Park and Heron Cove Park offer additional athletic fields for residents and visitors. Tolland also has two state forests including Kohler Forest, which spans 100 acres along the Willimantic River and the Nye-Holman State Forest, both offering sites for hiking, biking and fly-fishing.

First settled in 1715, Tolland was soon incorporated in 1722 as Connecticut?s 49th town. Tolland Green, the town?s center, is now part of a national historic district. Within this district are several of Tolland?s historic attractions and sites such as the Tolland County Courthouse, the Old Jail Museum, the Hicks-Stearn Family Museum, and many beautifully restored Victorian homes. Tolland?s oldest house, now the Daniel Benton Homestead Museum, invites visitors to come and experience first hand the depths of an old antique home. During the summer-time, Farmer?s Markets provide fresh and palatable seasonal produce. Farmer?s Markets are held each Saturday during the summer between 9am and 1pm.

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