The Town of Wilton has numerous recreational venues and activities. A year-round full recreational program is offered through the town’s Recreation Department, with most summer activities held at Kineowatha Park and fall/winter programs held at the Academy Hill School gymnasium.
Activities at the parks such as swimming lessons, arts and crafts activities, tennis lessons, soccer, and field hockey, are open to residents and nonresidents.
Check out www.MaineTrailFinder.com for local hiking trails and activities such as Geocaching at Kineowatha Park.
Basketball, softball, gymnastics, volleyball and more! We have so many different options for having fun! Please take a look at our Town Events calendar for upcoming events. Don’t forget to fill out a registration form (below).
Please note that available events do change with seasons. If you have any questions, please get in touch with the Recreation Department at (207) 645-4825 or [email protected].
Summer Swim Lessons
The Wilton Recreation Department is planning on returning to full Swim Lesson Program offerings this summer. The program is slated to run between 9:00 AM & 1:00 PM Monday thru Thursday. Two 2-½ week offerings will be available: Session 1 will run from June 27 – July 12 and Session 2 will run from July 13 – July 28. Preschool Levels 1-3 and Level 1 and 2 classes will be 30 minutes in length. Levels 3 – 6 will be 50 minutes in length. Sign-ups will be on a first come first served basis until classes are full and will be held on June 20th & 21st 2022 in the Main Lodge at Kineowatha Park from 12-5 PM.
Questions? Please call the Wilton Recreation Department at 645-4825 or email Frank Donald at: [email protected].
We have 2 disc golf courses at Kineowatha Park. Print out your score card now. Have fun!
Policies & Fees
Recreation Committee Members
- David Leavitt, Selectperson Representative
- Ben Bridges, Secretary
- Renee Woodard
- Andrew Willihan
- Laurel Walker
- Raylssa Gould
- Mike LeClair
To learn more about any of the parks, click on the image below or visit our Area Attractions page: