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This is a nice park for a stop on a lunch break, or a family picnic on weekends. It does get busy... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2018
C L
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Meriden, Connecticut
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beautiful park to visit anythime during the Four Seasons

Winter - Often iceskating if ice on pond is frozen; millions of Christmas lights twinkle Spring... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2018
Irene G
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Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

This is a nice park for a stop on a lunch break, or a family picnic on weekends. It does get busy during the summers on weekends. There is a pond and a couple water fountains. Also ducks and geese. You can also hike up...More

1  Thank C L
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

We actually missed the Spring festival and had visited the park after that. But we had a very nice evening there. There is a good playground for the kids. Our toddler enjoyed there. Still some spring flowers were there to take lovely pics. Just have...More

Thank Tapas84
Reviewed 28 May 2018

It's a great spot for the Daffodil Festival and Festival of Silver Lights. You can drive around it, and the park is usually pretty decently maintained (minimal litter). Lots of nice hiking trails, Castle Craig is also nice. Just another place to go!

Thank elizamarsh
Reviewed 25 January 2018

Winter - Often iceskating if ice on pond is frozen; millions of Christmas lights twinkle Spring - Flowers are starting to open, over 600,000 daffodils on view Summer - Ducks floating (and you can feed them), picnics abound, green grass to sit upon; Fall -...More

2  Thank Irene G
Reviewed 23 December 2017

I look forward to the annual Daffidol Festival and Christmas Light Extravaganza held at Hubbard Park. At other times during the year it is a peaceful place to stop the car, roll down a window and just take in the peaceful atmosphere. I love driving...More

Thank Velma Sue
Reviewed 22 December 2017 via mobile

The scenic views are amazing at this time of the year. I take walks, do my yoga, hike the trails, take photos, and feed the ducks. In December you can take the family through this he park for a glorious Christmas ride. The park is...More

1  Thank R M
Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile

We visited this park on 17th Dec and the place was lit up like a jewel. There were so many twinkling silver lights arranged beautifully. The lights portrayed dinosaurs, turkeys, trains, lions, turtles, snakes, swans and so many more animals. These lights stay for the...More

Thank Deepa S
Reviewed 19 August 2017

I love visiting Hubbard Park with the fountains, geese, ducks, walkways, and place for the children to play. It is a very beautiful place to walk or just sit and enjoy the beauty of the many birds swimming, sunning, and walking around the pond. The...More

Thank S9642GLlindal
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

This park is very relaxing, went ok a weekday, not alot of people, but ALOT of ducks, too many for me, popped all over the walk ways, so be ready to step into non fun stuff lol

Thank delbin n
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Always clean with events happening all year long. Lighted park for Christmas time are stunning. Spring activieties and great hiking trails. Road to castle is closed after 5 pm. The road to castle is closed to traffic during the winter but is usually cleared of...More

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