Conservation and open space properties in the town of Killingly, available for the public to enjoy!

Chase Reservoir Conservation Area

285-acre nature preserve and 80-acre pond owned by the Town of Killingly. Open to passive recreation, fishing and non-motorized boats.

Old Furnace State Park (Ross' Cliffs)

314-acre State of CT owned forestland. Includes a boat launch and a network of hiking trails with scenic views.

Mason Hill Conservation Area

This 20-acre nature preserve was created with aid from Federal funding. Open to passive recreation.

Quinebaug Lake State Park

Also known as Wauregan Reservoir, this 88-acre pond is open to boating and fishing.

Cat Hollow

Park contains a 0.5-mile paved walkway that is suitable for bicycles, strollers and wheel chairs. The pathway parallels the Whetstone Brook and boasts a beautiful mill pond and waterfalls

Quandoc Conservation Area

125-acre nature preserve owned by the Town of Killingly. Open to passive recreation, fishing, and hunting (by permit only)

1892 Conservation Area/Sherman Memorial Forest

162-acre property belonging to the Wolf Den Land Trust and the Town of Killingly. Open to passive recreation.

Hygeia Reservoir

32-acre forest parcel owned and managed by the Town of Killingly. Has a small reservoir open to Killingly residents for swimming during the summer months.

Old Killingly State Park

This 120-acre pond is owned and managed by the state of CT. Open to fishing, boating and passive recreation.

Owen Bell

Active Recreation Park with a 1 mile wooded trail, and a surfaced track. This park has something for the whole family.