The NRVT traverses urban and woodland settings both on- and off-road segments, which are in varying stages of completion. Starting at Calf Pasture Beach, the trail passes through SoNo and Norwalk Center.

Beginning at Calf Pasture Beach, the trail is on-road, bike lanes or shared roadway traveling north to the Maritime Aquarium.

From the Maritime Aquarium 1.5 miles of trail are complete – off-road, paved, 10’ wide. This trail section leads north, past Oyster Shell Park, (under I-95) to Stepping Stones Museum and Lockwood Mathews Mansion and on to Union Park (near the downtown library)

By 2020, with completion of additional trail segments, there will be 5 miles of continuous paved trail from Calf Pasture Beach to Broad Street. (1.5 miles on-road; 3.2 miles off road).

Free parking is available at the Mathews Park Trailhead or a Calf Pasture (non-resident fee).   

NRVT Signage marks all trail segments in Norwalk, and Informational signs with maps and trail facts are posted at the Maritime Aquarium and also at Mathews Park and Calf Pasture Beach trail heads.

What’s Next?  Click here for more detailed information about our future plans.

MAPS:  Use the PDF version to see all of our current and future planned areas of the NRVT in Norwalk.  You may print this map using the print button below it.

Use the Google Maps to get specific directions for our current areas of the trail.

On both maps, you may hold down your mouse and move it after zooming to navigate the maps.



Click here for a downloadable, printable version of the map.

SOUTH: Maritime Aquarium to Union Park

NORTH: Broad Avenue to New Canaan Avenue