Bathrooms accessible but a tight squeeze for scooters and wheelchairs. Paths to see farm animals and to visit a small gift store are accessible. The historic Daggett House, located down the street from the farm, is not accessible.
Paved sidewalks lead to soccer fields, playground, tennis courts and walking trails.
The accessible parking (sign on fence) is on gravel at soccer field area. Narrow paved path surrounds soccer, softball and baseball fields. Route of travel from parking lot is bumpy; travel over grass to access picnic tables and stage area. Porta-John not accessible.
Entrance to the trail is behind the tennis courts. From the Dundery Brook trailhead the Dundery Brook Trail (orange on the trail map) runs through a forested wetland and then into an open meadow and pond habitat. Seasonal changes in flora and fauna can be observed all year long. Highlights include the Spring return of migratory birds and emergence of amphibians of all kinds. Flowering wetland plants that include jack-in-the-pulpit and some very rare plants can be observed along the trail.
Since the trail is almost entirely a boardwalk it is particularly suitable for younger children and those for whom getting around can be a challenge. The trail provides visitors with an opportunity to explore a myriad of wetland habitats which support a changing variety of creatures throughout the year.
Accessible parking spots are paved although lot is gravel. Paved pathways around entire park where you can access baseball field, soccer field and tennis courts. Also has a large playground. Two porta-johns, one accessible.