Things To Do in Wilton!


Child fishing
Within the boundaries of Wilton, there are numerous rivers, ponds, and reservoirs where you can throw your line in and try your luck.  While brook trout is the most common around here, you may also find bass, perch, pike, crappie, pickerel, and a few more depending on where you go!

Hiking trails

Heald tractWhether it be the Heald Tract, Sheldrick Forest, Frog Pond, or any one of a number of other trails in town, Wilton has it all. Explore the trails on horseback, snowshoe, cross-country skis, or by foot and enjoy all that the woods of Wilton have to offer!

Information on the Heald Tract (Forest Society

Information on Sheldrick Forest (Nature Conservancy)
The Wilton Conservation Commission has also published a trail map for both the Heald Tract and Sheldrick Forest, which can be obtained at Town Hall.


Wilton RiverwalkThe Wilton Riverwalk offers a lovely stroll along Stony Brook right off of Main Street by the Police Station.

Stop first by the Kiosk and view rotating displays about Wilton town history and natural resources.  Sit for a while on one of the memorial stone benches, and admire the banners designed by local artists.  If you are lucky, maybe one of our local blue herons will fly by!

For more information on the Riverwalk, click HERE.


Image of the Girl and Boy Scout logosBoth the Boy Scouts (Pack/Troop 10) and Girl Scouts (Troop 10957) are active in Wilton - teaching the boys and girls of today to be the leaders of tomorrow.  Since adult leadership in the troops change as kids grow up and age out, please contact the local councils for contact names and numbers.  

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Carnival HillCarnival Hill may be a hidden gem when it comes to sledding, but it is a gem nonetheless!  Long, wide, and steep, it provides great runs for kids of all ages.  When Wilton held winter carnivals ('26 to '36), the toboggan chute was a quarter mile long and passed through three towns (Wilton, Milford, and Lyndeborough).  For those brave enough to go all the way to the top, the panoramic view is spectacular and the ride down is thrilling!  Located just North of the elementary school on Whiting Hill Road.

Snowmobile trails

Image of a snowmobileFor the ultimate in outdoor snowy fun - there's nothing better than hopping on a snowmachine and setting out on one of the many trails in town.  Check out the Wilton Lyndeboro Winter Wanderers page for trail maps and conditions!     

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Swimming (Goss park)

Goss Park Since 1959, Goss Park has been the local ‘go to’ spot for kids to learn how to swim and for families to enjoy the summer.  The brook-fed water features two diving boards, a floating slide, swim lanes for exercise and swim teams, and areas for people of all abilities to enjoy.  There’s also a sand volleyball court, playground, basketball and futsal courts, a baseball field, a grill, and a pavilion with a snack bar.  The park is open mid-June through late August and can be rented out for events.

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Wilton Center Tennis Club/tennis court

Wilton Center Tennis Club signSince 1913, the private Wilton Center Tennis Club has been a great location for members not only to learn how to play the game, but to enjoy the camaraderie only available at a small town venue. 

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Youth Sports

The Wilton-Lyndeborough Junior Athletic Association provides youth of all ages and abilities the opportunity to get out, get active, and learn the benefits of teamwork.  WJAA offers the following sports:  soccer, basketball, softball, baseball, and t-ball.

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Wilton-Lyndeborough Junior Athletic Association Soccer field
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