Red Mckeon Park

4.37 Votes
  • Address: 2 Taftville-Occum Rd, Norwich, CT 06360, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-8608233791
  • Tags: Trail, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot

The Red Mckeon Park overlooking the Shetucket River is a patch of greenery to let the visitors enjoy quality time in the lap of nature. The sports enthusiasts can make use of the lighted Basketball courts while the kids can enjoy at the playscape located in the center of the park on a sandy surface. The playscape has bridges, slides, bumpers, and ladders for the kids. The picnic shelter of the Red Mckeon Park is equipped with ten benches and seven tables. Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy fishing at the river while the fitness freaks can enjoy walking or running along the paved trail. The park has an abundance of greenery and you will be able to sight the native ducks and wildlife too.

How to Reach Red Mckeon Park

  • Rented Car / Taxi

  • Red Mckeon Park Address: 2 Taftville-Occum Rd, Norwich, CT 06360, USA, United States
  • Red Mckeon Park Contact Number: +1-8608233791
  • Try the best online travel planner to plan your travel itinerary!
Are you associated with this business? Get in Touch

Red Mckeon Park Reviews & Ratings

  • McKeon Park is a quiet place to relax and have lunch, read a book or just to take a walk around the track. There are picnic tables right by the play scape to enjoy a day with your kids. There is also a basketball court for the older kids. The park sits right by the side of the Shetucket River☺A very nice place to visit

  • A very nice and well maintained park. There's a basketball court, a playground, a soccer field and areas to fish. You can come here to walk or jog too since there's a circular path with both moderate hills and flat planes. If you're hungry it's right next to a pizza shop. Overall it's a nice public space to spend some time with yourself, friends or family especially if the weather is nice!

  • Nice to rollar blade around paved walkway or sit on a bench in the hot sun. Not much shade.

  • Went with 2 of my grandchildren and we found 3 rocks... and they played. Was great.

  • great walking path with a gooddog park!

Read all reviews