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MUNICIPALITIES

BOLTON

a town for all seasons

INCORPORATED IN 1720, Bolton is a Town For All Seasons. Whether you have a growing family, growing business, or both, Bolton offers an excellent opportunity for development. We are a suburban community with a rural character and quaint New England charm. Conveniently located on I-384, U.S. Route 44 and U.S. Route 6, easy access is provided to all of New England and New York. Bolton’s close proximity to the Hartford area provides numerous work, cultural and recreational activities.

Town Hall 222 Bolton Center Road Bolton, CT 06043 860-649-8066 Fax: 860-643-0021 Email: joyce.stille@boltonct.org http://bolton.govoffice.com

Historic Bolton Center includes the Bolton Heritage Farm, the Congregational Church, the Town Hall, the Bentley Memorial Library and two greens. Several of these properties are listed on the National Register of Historic

Places. They are part of the WashingtonRochambeau march to victory and encampment. Beautiful vistas can be seen from the trails through Bolton Heritage Farm. Recreational opportunities abound in Bolton and the surrounding area. In addition to two state parks, Bolton has three Town parks. Freja Park on U.S. Route 44 offers various hiking trails. Herrick Park on Hebron Road has a community building, a playscape, baseball/softball fields, soccer field and basketball court. Located on Bolton Lake, Indian Notch Park is open during the summer months and has swimming, a picnic area and pavilion, a baseball field and basketball court.

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Tolland Community & Visitors Guide  

Tolland County has a distinct country feel. The country’s rural appearance can be deceiving. There are no big corporate headquarters or spra...

Tolland Community & Visitors Guide  

Tolland County has a distinct country feel. The country’s rural appearance can be deceiving. There are no big corporate headquarters or spra...