Bartlett Arboretum Trail is a 1.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Stamford, Connecticut that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.1 miElevation gain55 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingNature tripsBird watchingPartially pavedViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Ryan Schorr
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Olga Ginis
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Olga Ginis
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candace williams
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Debra Hyder
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M Gold
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where Hearts Souls due to numerous rocks and roots on the path. Otherwise quite pretty not difficult.

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Logan Rosen
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Matthew Doering
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Brad Roth
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Blyss Buitrago
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Nature trips

Great casual nature walk for dogs or kids!

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Shalini Suresh
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Nature tripsGreat!

A lovely walk through the woods! It’s extremely short and easy so don’t expect a hike or workout - this is more suitable for a cool evening walk or a walk with a stroller. You might get lucky and see a deer a few feet away or spot some rare birds!

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Emma Robinson
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This is arboretum is nice because it has so many little trail options, signs marking the trails very clearly, and maps everywhere. There was a big lot to park in too and was pretty busy for a chilly fall Sunday. I personally like more quiet trails which is why I didn’t give it 5 but nonetheless it was enjoyable for us and the dog. The trails are well matained but some are rooty and rocky.

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Shana Bartlett
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Meredith Wallach
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Aileen Aice
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It’s easy short walk with lots of loops to go around. Love all the wooden bridges and best part of the walk was the foliage at the pond. Just perfect Sunday!

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Chris Resnick
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Rikhit Arora
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Rachel Simone
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WalkingGreat!

I really enjoyed the garden trails. I got a bit lost, but finally made my way out. It wasn't super crowded and people were considerate.

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Ana Cabral
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Ana Cabral
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sophie alexandra
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Walking

This is a very well kept space with various sections/ routes including a marsh and pond which is quite special. I went on a Tuesday afternoon and only saw a handful of people the entire time. If you’re walking slowly you could probably spend a few hours here exploring. It’s very peaceful. Child friendly.

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Regine Rossi
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HikingRocky

Great place. More rocks and roots than some trails around here, but that just made it interesting. The wetland trail reminds me of Florida - it smelled amazing, like honeysuckle or something. Dogs enjoyed the whole thing as well.

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Peter Dowling
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Easy walks. Plenty of parking. Extremely kid friendly. Some labeled plants/trees and learning activities (used for school science field trips)

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Chizuko Tsurumi
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Liviu O
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Nice and quiet on a Wednesday evening. It was entertaining enough for a 6 and 7 years old, and not difficult. Portions by the water had a few mosquitoes, but nothing that we could not handle.

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mega .
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There were a lot of people without masks or trying to keep space. Trails are usually within an ear shot of roads and at times right up against the backs of homes. The cemetery trail was nice and the other random path that continues past the cemetery was the best trail. Not super buggy so that’s good.

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Richard Gnieski
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Very pretty and relaxing escape into the woods

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Nicole Womack
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Our route was: Pond to Black Birch to Hemlock to Wetland to Tulip Tree to Brooks (~1.4 miles). Went the day after heavy rain so it was muddy and buggy but still beautiful!!! I just wish I’d worn rain or hiking boots instead of sneakers. Lots of smooth, flat parts and well maintained bridges but still rocky enough that it would’ve been tricky with the jog stroller.

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