Make a Contribution

You can help us keep it all humming along right now

Harrybrooke Park is a private, non-profit organization supported by our volunteers and membership.

To make a donation to the Park you can use our fast, secure donation button. It will connect you to PayPal, where you can use any credit card, or your PayPal account. Just enter your donation amount…

Annual Membership in the Friends of Harrybrooke Park $25


OR, donate any amount.

But it isn't just the money!

If you can donate your time it is just as valuable to us! We need help keeping the park gorgeous, maintaining the gardens, the paths, the grass - really just about everything that makes the Park special needs your attention. Feel free to contact us about making your donation of your time…

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Donations in kind

We can also use donations of goods - grass seeds, bulbs, baby trees, light bulbs, wall-paper, paint, etc. Feel free to contact us about how you can make a difference to Harrybrooke Park.

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Friends of Harrybrooke Park

If you'd like, you can become a member of the Friends of Harrybrooke Park. Just click here to fill out our form online!

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 and was founded in 1965. It receives no funds from the Town of New Milford and is a recognized 501c3 non-profit organization governed by a Board of Managers.
By the way, click here to see a list of the park’s rules.