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Lucius Pond Ordway / Devil's Den Preserve

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33 Pent Rd, Weston, CT 06883-1310
+1 860-344-0716
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Excellent Hiking Trails

Great place to go hiking. It is the largest park in the NYC area with over 1400 acres of land to... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2017
AcuraTl10
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Wilton, Connecticut
Great Hiking Trails

I went on a hike here with my boyfriend and was happy to see all the trails available. Pets and... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2017
SammiDeRosa
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33 Pent Rd, Weston, CT 06883-1310
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

Great place to go hiking. It is the largest park in the NYC area with over 1400 acres of land to hike. It has lakes you can hike around, miles and miles of trails, and everything you could ever want in a nature preserve. Be...More

Thank AcuraTl10
Reviewed 12 September 2017

I went on a hike here with my boyfriend and was happy to see all the trails available. Pets and bikes aren't allowed so it makes this park much less crowded. The trails are well marked and some are less maintained, so its a nice...More

Thank SammiDeRosa
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Devil's Den is a good hike with a lovely small pond. You can choose hikes of varying difficulties. Unfortunately, we did not have a map the last time I visited( and there were none at the entrance). If you really want to get to the...More

Thank 606sud90
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

Wonderful trails, good views, but seriously...use the map. There are free maps at the entrance and I recommend using them unless you want to turn your 2mile hike into a 10 mile hike as you walk in circles.

Thank Samantha N
Reviewed 1 January 2017

moderate hike with great view especially if you like climbing boulders, Had a great picnic along the trail ending at the burial site

Thank Yuval W
Reviewed 8 December 2016

Enjoy your time down here amongst the nature, trees and lake. There are usually not that many people there.

Thank EarthlyAmbler
Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

We walked on the trails that lead to the two vistas. The signs in the lot are not great. Moreover, there were no maps in the box. The trail is a little bumpy with rocks and tree roots. Hiking shoes are best as some of...More

Thank Norjeff2
Reviewed 17 July 2016

I love it. I is very peaceful. I met few people as it was a weekend. Its a perfect getaway if u like trailing. The trails are not for families with very small children. But yes, couples of all age, teenagers and family with grown...More

1  Thank Arpita_Shrivastava
Reviewed 16 May 2016 via mobile

My wife and I took a ride and really enjoyed the walk. We will be back for sure to explore some of the other trails. Fair number of cars in the lot but saw nobody on the trails. Very peaceful and very beautiful. The only...More

Thank jdms33
Reviewed 27 April 2016

This is a gem of a preserve with great marked trails and surprises around every bend. Took my 12 and 15 year old grandchildren on this hike. It is a delight to introduce young people to the world outside of their computers and i phones....More

Thank marysusan027
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Rona Dale S
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Response from JWatersWeston | Reviewed this property |
No, they're not. Dogs are allowed in Trout Brook Valley Preserve on certain trails, on leash. The trails are the same scale of difficulty and right now it's easier to park at Trout Brook since a bridge at the entrance to D... More
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