Winsor Woods Trails


Explore the trails

  • Blazes: White, red, yellow, blue, orange
  • Duration: About 1 mile total, loop
  • Difficulty: Easy to moderate
  • Trailhead: Near 30 W. Simsbury Rd. (Route 309)

Take a short ramble around this quiet network of trails, leading through a dense woodland area.

Dog Policy

  • Dogs on or off leash must be under control and close to the trails at all times.

Please be considerate to other hikers and trail neighbors - clean up after your dog and take litter with you.

Directions & parking

Winsor Woods is on Route 309 (West Simsbury Road). Parking is not allowed on the state road, so directions are being provided to the parking area for the nearby Swan Preserve Trails.

From Route 179 (Cherry Brook Road), turn onto Case Street. Follow it about one-tenth mile, and park on the unpaved parking area on the right - look for the Canton Land Conservation Trust (CLCT) sign.

To get to the Winsor Woods trailhead, walk along Case Street back to Route 179 (about 0.5 miles), then onto Route 309 about one-tenth mile to the trailhead on the left. In Google maps, search for Winsor Woods trailhead.

History of the property

In 2008, the Winsor family generously donated the 17 acres now known as Winsor Woods. The property included a network of trails created by the family, which the Canton Land Conservation Trust (CLCT) is proud to maintain for the enjoyment of the community.

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