In 2014, the Friends of Goodwin donated over 3,000 volunteer hours and sponsored many activities at the Conservation Center. Due to a dedicated crew, the support of our membership, CFPA and DEEP, we were able to offer educational workshops during the winter, create a Master Naturalist Program, host the first Goodwin Forest Trail Run, sponsor the 50th Anniversary Celebration and many other activities. Please consider joining us in our efforts to offer a wide variety of programming and experiences that will engage the public with the beauty of our forest as well as teach them about the importance of protecting it.
The James L. Goodwin Forest and Conservation Education Center is located at
23 Potter Road
Hampton, CT 06247
The 2000 acre forest and Richard Haley Native Wildlife Garden are open from sunup to sundown year round.
The Conservation Education Center and museums are open on a part-time basis, please call ahead when planning a visit.