Simsbury Culture, Parks and Recreation Department
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Policies & General Info
- 2020 Parks and Open Space Master Plan
The Parks and Open Space Draft Master Plan was substantially completed in October 2020 and presented to Simsbury's Board of Selectman. The plan can be viewed on the Town's website Click Here
or download the presentation by clicking the link below.
- 2022 Public Swimming Schedule
- Camp Emergency Medication Administration Form
- Carry In Carry Out Policy
CARRY IN – CARRY OUT
At its regular meeting on May 8, 2017, the Board of Selectmen approved the recommendation of the Culture, Parks and Recreation Commission to transition to a “Carry In – Carry Out” policy for trash removal for town owned parks, fields and other properties effective July 1, 2017.
This new policy will require park and field users to take responsibility removing any trash that they generate on public property. Facilities operating food concessions will be exempt from this policy.
This program has been used successfully on a trial basis in some of our smaller parks and is consistent with the Town’s commitment to conservation and sustainability. The Town’s parks will display signage indicating the new policy.
- Drop In Fitness Class & Program Waiver
- Fencing Membership Form
To fill out form:
Besides name and citizenship info the following should be input:
Division = Connecticut
Division based on = club
Primary/Competition Club = Connecticut Fencers Club
Membrership type = Non-competitive $10
signature required by participant and parent (if under 18)
- Onion Mountain Park Plan
- Program Waiver
- Simsbury Farms Family Fitness Trail Info and Map
The Simsbury Farms Family Fitness Trail is a series of 20 exercise stations along a 2.5 mile circuit around the perimeter of the Simsbury Farms Complex. Each station provides a type of exercise, warm up, stretching, muscle strengthening, cardiovascular conditioning, and cool down combined with walking and jogging between stations. Each station has guidelines to develop you own program depending on your level of fitness. Anyone just starting out should consult their doctor before beginning any fitness program. The fitness trail is an enjoyable way to become or remain a more fit and healthy individual. Remember, the road to physical fitness begins with a single step! CAUTION: Please be aware of natural obstacles along the route such as roots, stumps, and rocks. Watch out for errant golf balls (in season), especially near stations 8 and 14.
The Town of Simsbury and Culture, Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank the following groups and individuals who contributed their leadership, financial support, or physical labor to the development of the David T. Emott, Jr. Memorial Family Fitness Trail:
The Simsbury Jaycees
The Family and Friends of David T. Emott, Jr.
Simsbury Boy Scouts who provided many volunteer hours in conjuction with various Eagle Scout projects associated with the Fitness Trail.
- Simsbury Free Bike Rental Locations
Simsbury Free Bike rental locations
- Swim Level Descriptions
- Where are they now?
If you're interested send the following information:
- Ice Skate Sizing Chart