Dickinson Park

Elm Drive
Newtown, CT 06470

Located on scenic Elm Drive in Newtown, this park was dedicated to former Newtown first selectman A. Finn Dickinson in 1955. This park is open to Newtown residents from 9 a.m. until sundown. A park permit is required on any vehicle entering the park. There is something to do for people of all ages.

- Five tennis courts    
- Softball field        
- Basketball court      
- Two playground areas  
- FUNSPACE creative play area   
- A pavillion and picnic facilities complete with charcoal grills       

Directions ( FROM THE FLAGPOLE )       
South on Rte. 25 to intersection with Rte. 302 
Turn right onto Rte. 302       
Turn left onto Elm Drive       
The first entrance to the park is on the right, past the cemetery and baseball fields (The tennis courts and pavillion can be reached from this entrance.)     
The second entrance to the park is on Brushy Hill Road 
Drive past the first entrance  
Turn right onto Brushy Hill Road       
The second entrance is immediately on the right through the chain link fence (The pool, playground and ballfield can be reached from this entrance.)    

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