Pequonnock River Valley State Park (a.k.a. Indian Ledges)
Trumbull, Connecticut


Commonly referred to as simply "Trumbull", the Valley is an XC and Freeriding paradise. Massive outcroppings of giant granite provide breathtaking scenery as well as awesome trails.

There are four main marked trails running north/south and a maze of unmarked side trails throughout the park offering something for everyone. Blue, along the Pequonnock River; White, down the center of the valley; Yellow, about half way up the ridge; and Red, along the upper ridge with the most serious climbs.

The park is one of the most popular spots in the state for Freeriding with a number of natural drops ranging from 2-20 feet. You will also find one of Connecticut's tallest rollers: the 30 foot high Green Monster (a.k.a. The Wall). Spend some time exploring and check out the Bat Cave (Crevasse), Copper Creek, Picnic Table Rock, Slick Rock East, or the Serengeti. There is also a great view from the trails along the cliffs above Rt. 25. You'll head home in sweat and smiles—it's a rewarding spin wherever you go...

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Trail Blazings indicated by color on map. A lighter blue is used where the Blue and White overlap. Further trail info available using Map Tools >

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Flash Icon  Pequonnock Valley
(a popular destination!)

Flash Icon  Old Mine Park
(just north of the Valley)

Old Mine Park

Old Mine Park is adjacent to the Pequonnock Valley Park, just a short ride north on the Rail Trail from the Whitney Ave parking lot.

For a close up GPS map of Old Mine Park click here.

Park Details

Size of Park:
spacer 550 acres (total)
NEMBA Park Rep:
  Brian Holinko
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Full Page Google Map

The park trails have been recently re-GPSd. Areas, such as the section north of the Sernegeti, are finally accurate. Check out the highly zoomable full page version >

Other Resources

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Historical Tidbits
  Trumbull History
  Old Mine History