Looking to move to Wilton, CT? Wilton is nestled in the heart of Fairfield County, Connecticut with a rich history and abundance of nature to explore. The town’s easy access to the Merritt Parkway, I-95, two train stations offering free parking, makes it a commutable place to live for those who travel into New York City or close metro areas for work.
The town is known for its outdoor trails such as the Norwalk River Valley Trail which follows the serene Norwalk River, Wilton Town Forest with 188 acres for biking and hiking, several parks such as Weir Farm National Historic Park and Nature Preserve (shared with Ridgefield) and many educational programs held at Ambler Farm or Woodcock Nature Center.
Lots of fun, local events some of which are the July 4th Fireworks display held at the high school football field, summertime street festivals, casual and fine dining at local restaurants and array of boutique shopping in and around the town. Enjoy a night out at the movie theater or catch a show at the Wilton Playshop. Wilton is known for its twice a year Minks to Sinks rummage sale benefiting Family & Children’s Agency, and Merwin Meadows Community Park with playing fields, children’s playground and swimming pond.
Wilton schools are among one of the top ranked school districts in Connecticut. Some homes in Wilton date back to the early 1700’s and fortunately many have been beautifully preserved. There are also many new homes with traditional and modern architecture. Wilton is a suburban town with a large community and yet has the vibe of a small town.
- Town Hall
- Wilton Library
- Wilton School District
- Parks and Recreation
- Wilton Historical Society
- Top 40 Things We Love About Wilton
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