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Rockwell Park, Bristol

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Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Rockwell Park is a public park in Bristol, Connecticut. Located in a residential area west of downtown Bristol, it includes open spaces and woodlands on either side of the Pequabuck River. Park amenities include a swimming pool, sports fields, and a playground. Many of the park's buildings are built out of rustic cobblestone, and include several follies. The park, the city's first public park, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
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  • I experience Rockwell Park with my family and grandkids this past summer. It's a wonderful place to sit, relax for all age groups. Adults can relax and have a worry free environment while the...  more »
  • I love Rockwell Park. Swimming, skateboarding, biking, walking paths, nature trails, nice people, but a great kids park and great for your dogs. Once a week during the summer you can go and listen to....  more »
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  • When I arrived, I was impressed by its size and cleanliness. There's a good running and walking trail and a small pond. The bridge over the running water is fantastic. The grassy stadium by the pond is imposing. Looks like there's lots to do here.
  • Great skate park and nice playgrounds. Kiddie pool is nice spot on hot days

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