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Home » Ct Trails Weekend » Events 2021 » Farmington - Educational Walk - Self-Guided Unionville’s Suburban Park

Farmington - Educational Walk - Self-Guided Unionville’s Suburban Park

Map: 
Self-Guided Unionville’s Suburban Park
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Event Date: 
Self Guided
Rain Plan: 
Rain or shine.
Take a walk back in time into Unionville’s history to discover the significant features formed 12,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age. Huge blocks of ice formed 5 distinct kettle holes as the glaciers receded. In the mid 1800’s Unionville was the economic and population center of Farmington and by 1894 it also became a destination for tourists when the electric trolley arrived attracting people from West Hartford and Hartford to the electric fountain and dance pavilion in Suburban Park . Today there are 5 historic markers identifying its many features.
Leader(s): 
Alan Perrie
Leader #1's Cell Number: 
860-839-3770
Leader #1's E-mail Address: 
Total Distance (miles): 
1.3
Meeting Place: 
3 Park Pond Place, Unionville CT 06085
Additional Documents: 
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Suburban Park 2021 PDF.pdf6.6 MB

 

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