The Woodbridge Park Association is the trustee for the beautiful 93 acre Alice Newton Street Memorial Park with access to the 22 acre Wepawaug Falls tract of the Woodbridge Land Trust. The entrance from the green on Meetinghouse Lane is north of the Woodbridge Town Hall and west of the First Church of Christ Parish House, and is open to all, every day of the year. The Park Association is also improving access to its conservation area on the east side of Newton Road north of Amity High School.
The non-profit Woodbridge Park Association, established in 1928 by a donation from Town Clerk Newton H. Street, consists of a 21 member Board of Directors and holds approximately three meetings annually. We are always seeking residents interested in conservation for our board or for park maintenance activities. Also, we are strongly interested in acquiring open space conservation land in Woodbridge either through purchase, grant, donation or conservation easement.