View Connector Trails
Begin either at the Belden Dam area north of the park or at the southem entrance off of Seymour Street in Middlebury.
The land that now comprises Wright Park was given to the town of Middlebury in 1982 by Willard T. Jackson in honor of his Middlebury College classmate Charles R. Wright. Consisting of about 150 acres, there are three main trails running north/south through the park. The White Circle trail runs next to Otter Creek and past a small bay near a thirty foot cliff, and past a marsh. The White Triangle trail runs along the eastern boundary near railroad tracks, and the TAM/White Square trail goes through the central part of the park. There are several other cross trails that connect to these main trails and form loops. Detailed maps are posted at the north and south entrances for your reference.
The trail passes by the Sumner Homestead 1875 historic landmark, Belden Falls, and Arnold Suspension Bridge.
Visit Middlebury Area Land Trust online for more information or contact:
Middlebury Area Land Trust
PO Box 804
Middlebury, VT 05753
Phone: (802) 388-1007
Check for nearby geocaches to Wright Park.
Leave No Trace Principle
Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
Walk single file in the middle of the trail. Wear the right shoes and enjoy the mud – you're in the great outdoors!