Case Mountain Trails

Manchester/Glastonbury, CT

Description

The Case Mountain Recreational Area encompasses 640 acres of combined open space and watershed land stretching from the Glastonbury border north to Case Pond. The trails and property are owned and maintained by the Town of Manchester and the Manchester Conservation Commission in partnership with CFPA. Most of the property was originally owned by the Case family. The Case Brothers operated a successful paper mill and water bottling plant. It was established as a town park in pieces after the 1960s.

Contained within the park are two summits, Case Mountain (734 feet) in Manchester and Birch Mountain (786 feet) on the Glastonbury side of the parcel. From the summit of Case Mountain you get a nice view of the city of Hartford.

Map Enlargements

Click on any of the 5 links below to view a close up trail map of that section of te park.

1-North End | 2 - Line Street | 3 - Birch Mountain North |
4 - Buckingham Reservoir | 5- Birch Mountain South

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Case Mountain
Case Mountain Old Roads

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Credits

Trails from Trailforks and AllTrails were combined to create these maps.
- rich coffey (june 2022)