Harden House

Harden House

Originally the home of Frank A. Harden and his wife Elizabeth, and now a museum, the Harden House was left for the benefit of the community along with the Park’s 48 acres.

The building, built in the early 1940’s, overlooks a stunning view of a waterfall in a bend of the Still River. The location was chosen with care as it reminded Mr. Harden of his native homeland in Ireland. Throughout the Harden House are many paintings and artifacts acquired in their travels, as well as artwork commissioned by the Harden’s during their residence here. The museum contents remain in the original state of their living style the way it was in the 1940’s-1960’s before Mr. Harden’s death in 1965. The Harden House can be reserved for private functions, showers and weddings by clicking here.

The earth has music for those who listen.

George Santayana

Come enjoy a symphony here, every day!

Friends of Harrybrooke Park

Friends of Harrybrooke Park

Established in 2008, the Friends is a volunteer organization committed to the preservation of the park’s natural beauty and upkeep of the park’s facilities. Twice a year, the Friends assist in a clean-up of the park.

Harrybrooke Park - a spacious and beautiful park

A Promise Worth Keeping

Tucked away near Lover's Leap is New Milford's jewel, Harrybrooke Park - a spacious and beautiful park bordering a rushing waterfall on Still River. Harrybrooke is great for walking, bicycling, rollerblading, jogging, picnicking, fishing, outdoor events and parties and just plain relaxing in a peaceful and serene environment.

The Park is a private Park

Some facts…

The Park is a private Park, it is 48 acres, it was founded in 1965, it receives no funds from the Town of New Milford, it is governed by a Board of Managers.
By the way, click here to see a list of the park’s rules.