Town Parks

Town of Killingly parks are open from Dawn until Dusk

Owen Bell Park, Dayville

This park offers something for everyone - a track and trails for running and walking, playground equipment for children, basketball and tennis courts, a skateboard park, ball fields, and picnic areas. Restrooms are also available at this site.


Davis Park, Danielson

The Town green hosts many monuments dedicated to veterans. Davis Park is also the focal point for Killingly Cooks, Town Yard Sale, Mad Moster March and many other offerings, the Danielson Lions annual Arts and Crafts Show, and various celebrations throughout the year.

Danielson Lions Park, Danielson

A small residential park that offers a playscape for children and benches for relaxing.

Cat Hollow, Dayville

Cat Hollow is the newest addition to the Killingly parks system. It provides a more wooded area for trail walking, fishing, and viewing the beautiful Whetstone Brook and falls and the site of the once thriving Sayles & Sabin Mill and Worsted Mill.



Mitchell D. Phaiah Dog Park

The Phaiah Dog Park is located on Quinebaug Drive in Danielson, CT and the River Trail. The Phaiah Dog Park offers a fenced in area for both small and large dogs.

While using the Phaiah Dog Park, we ask for the following rules to be followed: 
  • Use Phaiah Dog Park at your own risk
  • Owners are legally responsible for the behavior of their dogs at all times.
  • Dogs must be leashed while entering and exiting the park.
  • Dog waste must be cleaned up by their owners IMMEDIATELY.
  • Owners must be within the dog park and supervising their dog(s) with their leash readily available.
  • Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age.
  • Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.
  • Dog(s) must be properly licensed and VACCINATED.
What is prohibited: 
  • Sick Dog(s)
  • Dog(s) in Heat
  • Aggressive Dogs
  • Glass Containers
  • Puppies under 4 months
  • Human and Dog Food/Treats