Movie in the Park

A movie?  Outside?  In Harrybrooke?  

"The Princess bride" is a true American classic now and what better place to bring a date, your kids or that special someone you've been checking out in line at Dunkin Donuts?  Come enjoy the story of giants, true love and amazing swordfights, while supporting your park, and having a swell time.

So how do you do it?  Well we are making it tougher but possible.  You see, studios charge per ticket sold, but we are not selling tickets.  We are selling a "movie in the park" t-shirt with our sponsors on the back.  Each t-shirt we sell, will come with ONE FREE MOVIE TICKET!

To get yours, please contact Harrybrooke Park at the below information.  We will order the right sized shirt for you and offer you multiple ways to pay for it.  Once you arrive at the park (we hope wearing your shirt) for movie night, we will offer a variety of cold drinks and yes, we will be selling popcorn!  Bring a chair or a blanket and see if you can figure out the fire swamp!  Ok, no fire swamp in the park, but we might find ROUSs!  

Harrybrooke Park

Website: Click to Visit

Friday, 02 September, 2016


Billy Buckbee

Phone: 8607996520



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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.