Rocky Hill Quarry Trail is a 2.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Rocky Hill, CT and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
loved this trail, very quiet and not many people
It's a pretty easy hike, with pretty limited verticality. But it's very peaceful, and there are still some good views and interesting landmarks along the way. Be sure to snap a picture of the trail map at the entrance if you can; it helped us a lot, as the trails are marked pretty well, but the transitions between them aren't always.
Beautiful and easy trail for a quite Sunday evening
It was a good hike, and not far from home just wish it was longer and tougher... I would go again but only if I did not want to drive to far to go for a hike...
it was a real nice hike it's beautiful beautiful
A little confusing (we ended up going uphill both ways) but absolutely beautiful
It was a really interesting hike! It really felt like you were out in the wilderness. The only complaint I have is that it can be confusing when you're on the blue trail and come to a "T" where both directions are labeled blue as well. I didn't know which way to go to get back to the parking lot, and ended up going the wrong way at first. Thank goodness for GPS and compass!
Nice easy trail. Was a bit confusing at first because part of the trail goes through a residential area.
Easy trail perfect for beginners. Great view of the quarry and meadows.
Decent trail to bring a pup!
Nice easy trail... interesting structures.
Ok not much of a hike but nice views and old structures with graffiti
Nice spot to walk, some uphill nature trails, but I really like seeing the graffiti and structures.
i like the trails but the map showed it as a loop. when i followed the blue trail it lead straight into someones back yard. i looked for a while but couldnt find where it loops around. anyway aside from that there were glacier rocks on the yellow trail (my favorite part) and cement structures with some nice grafiti. There is a nice vista view early on. as a side note, it was quite buggy when i went in late June.
Love the views
Very pleasant surprise.
It's a short hike, but well worth it. I would definitely do it again.