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Parks Department

Department Info

Contact: Chairman
Bill Paecht
Location: Town Hall
1 First Street
Seymour, CT 06483
Hours: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Monday & Tuesday)
4:00 - 6:00 PM (Thursday)
Telephone: (203) 881-5007

The Seymour Parks Commission is a volunteer commission that issues permits for park usage and ensures the parks are playable.

Parks Schedule

Parks scheduling software

Parks Applications 

Field Use Application

Mail to:

First Selectman’s Office at Town Hall, Parks Commission
1 First Street
Seymour, CT 
06483

Or emailed to:
rclang27@sbc.global.net


Seymour parks are be located at:

Broad Street Park
Broad Street
Veterans' memorial walk, gazebo, view of Naugatuck River and Tingue Dam Bypass Channel

bball-diamondCasagrande Field
Chestnut Street
Regulation Little League & Softball Field
Field house, concession stand  

Chatfield Park
Chatfield Road
Jungle Gyms, Swings, Basketball Court, Soccer Fields, Baseball Diamonds, Pavilion, Portable Toilets

legion1French Memorial
Spruce and Nichols Streets
Baseball diamond, football field, basketball court, all-purpose play area, picnic area, scenic overlook with benches.  Band stand for concerts (seasonal), host of the annual Pumpkin Festival in September, Civil War and 4 War Veteran's Memorial.

Gary Park/Castles in the Park
Davis Road
picnic-parkHome of the all volunteer built "Castles in the Park" play area.  Climbing, sliding, swinging, bouncing playscape with a castle look.
Also Baseball Diamond and Soccer Field.  Many acres of woods.

Legion Pool
Chatfield Road
Park and fishing deck are handicapped accessible.  3.5 Acre wooded park, lighted with picnic tables, foot bridges.  Fishing, observation deck, gazebo, short hiking trails.   Limited parking.  Easy access to portable facilities in Chatfield Park.

legion2Little-Laurel Lime Ridge
Tomlinson & Laurel Ridge Roads
209 Acres including wild woods with extensive but partially developed hiking trails.  Spectacular views of Housatonic River and Valley.  Noted for its limestone caves and get-away-from-it-all atmosphere

Katherine Matthies Field
Silvermine Road
Baseball field and playground.

Sochrin Park
Moss Avenue
Park and pond for fishing.  Soccer field, basketball court, and playground.