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Barnes Memorial Nature Center

Get ready to be immersed in nature among the insects and animals to behold!
Located at 175 Shrub Road in Bristol, the Barnes Memorial Nature Center is a community center where people of all ages can be educated on nature. With regular exhibits and planned activities facilities by staff and volunteers, the nature center truly is a place to develop a love for nature and animals.

Brackett Park

Quaint corner park in the City center, with basketball, playground, and more!

Casey Field

Football and softball fields for the community to enjoy.

Federal Hill Green and Riordan Playground

A charming green at the center of Bristol’s historic Federal Hill neighborhood!

Hoppers Birge Pond and Nature Preserve

Featuring open space with hiking & walking trails, fishing and canoeing!
Birge Pond is located on Beech Street in the North End of town, and features open space with kettles, hiking, and walking trails. Available amenities include hiking and walking trails. Fishing and canoeing are also allowed on the pond.

Indian Rock Nature Preserve

Where Education and Conservation Meet
Indian Rock Nature Preserve photo
The Indian Rock Nature Preserve occupies and operates on ancestral lands utilized by the Tunxis people and their descendants. The Tunxis people are the original stewards of this land, frequenting this land to hunt and gather resources.

Muzzy Field

Bristol's historic gem of a Ball Park!

Nelson Field

Open field for passive recreation including sledding!

Page Park

Playgrounds, tennis courts, disc golf course, pool, snow sledding hills, and more!

Peck Park

Four tennis courts, toddler playgrounds, and baseball fields!