Reservations

Please read: Wickham Park’s opening day will be on May 22nd and we will be open daily from 11am-8pm. We are very happy to welcome everyone back to the park. Because of restrictions on facilities and in order to make things easier and safer for our guests and rangers we are reducing the vehicle entry fee to $5 on weekdays and $7 on weekends. The planned fees for 2020 were $7 for weekdays and $9 on weekends and holidays.  Please bring exact change if possible. Due to State of Connecticut rules for opening, the Nature Center will be closed. We ask everyone to wear masks and maintain social distancing. Our picnic sites and pavilions are open and available for rent. 2 of our playgrounds are also open and we ask users to wash your hands before and after using the equipment. The concession stand will be open on weekends with a reduced menu, from 12 to 6 p.m.  We will have 2 restroom facilities open, at the nature center and near the cabin.  They will be disinfected regularly in following state guidelines.  Hope to see you at Wickham Park soon!

The reservation areas at the park vary in size, and range in capacity from 30 to 225 people. Areas can be combined to accommodate larger groups. Reservations are required. Rental fees secure each site from 11am-8pm. The charge for every vehicle entering the park is not included in the reservation fee.

Wickham Park accepts reservations beginning on January 1 of the current year. However, wedding ceremonies and/or receptions may be booked for the following calendar year. A holding fee is required for these reservations. This fee guarantees the date as well as the price of the booking.

Please select from one of the following topics for specific information on reservation options available at Wickham Park.

Please email info@wickhampark.org for wedding ceremony reservations.
Please email reservations@wickhampark.org for picnic area reservations.
For more information or to speak to a staff member, please call (860) 528-0856.

Wickham Park is a non-profit, private foundation whose property extends into both Manchester and East Hartford, Connecticut. The park contains 280 acres of gardens, open fields, woodlands, ponds, picnic areas, sports facilities and other attractions.