William's Places: A Day at Fulton Park - Waterbury CT

A Day at Fulton Park - Waterbury CT

A Day At Fulton Park - Waterbury CT

Lewis Fulton Memorial Park

The Lewis Fulton Memorial Park, which sits nestled between the Crownbrook, Upper Fulton Park and Overlook neighborhoods of Waterbury, is the largest of the city's major parks. Occupying nearly 70 acres, Fulton Park encompasses two large ponds, a babbling brook that runs between them, playground areas, scenic walkways, a poolhouse, basketball courts and a baseball field. Fulton Park is one of the most popular sites in the city for taking wedding photos on a clear sunny day. There is a 7-11 24 hour convenience store located across from the northern pond and a recently (within the last 3 years) opened pizzaria, Park Pizza, provides excellent pizza and other hot deli items for those famished by a walk in Fulton Park.



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Comment balloon 9 commentsWilliam James Walton Sr. • March 03 2011 11:35PM


GOOD MORNING WILLIAM!  Everything is so green! It looks like a nice park to spend that day at!  PS - yours is one of my favorite profile photos! -- Gabrielle

Posted by Gabrielle Kamahele Rhind, Broker/Owner (KGC Properties LLC, Tucson Property Management & Real Estate) over 11 years ago


Dear Mr. Walton,

Thank you for posting your photos of Fulton Park.  I grew up on Hill Street in the 1960's and used to go to Fulton Park for swimming in the summer, ice skating in the winter, and baseball games after school.  It was a lovely dose of nostalgia.

Thanks again!

Diane Hawkins

Port Orange, Florida




Posted by Diane Hawkins almost 11 years ago

Fulton Park looks totally awesome. Well done!

Posted by Matt Grohe, Serving the metro since 2003 (RE/MAX Concepts) over 9 years ago

That is such a lovely park William and very relaxing with the pond to take a walk around...Great video too.

Posted by Gary Woltal, Assoc. Broker Realtor SFR Dallas Ft. Worth (Keller Williams Realty) over 9 years ago

William, Fulton Park looks like to be a great place to spend a quiet peaceful day with the family.

Posted by George Souto, Your Connecticut Mortgage Expert (George Souto NMLS #65149 FHA, CHFA, VA Mortgages) over 9 years ago

what happened to the beautiful park i grew up with? i took my children to see the park that i had spent my childhood days in and i was just embarassed. the pond looks terrible the walkways around the ponds are all broken up and forget about the playscape, its all boared up. Garbage is everywhere. the spinkler, where my brother and i kept cool in the summer is destroyed. why have you let the once beautiful park go down hill. i can only hope that one day it will get cleaned up so my children can i can enjoy what i remember it once to be.


Posted by Lisa about 9 years ago


I totally understand your frustration at seeing parts of the park in seeming decline, but I can tell you that as a member of the neighborhood association most directly connected with the park, we are doing everything that we can to get Fulton Park restored to its former glory.

Posted by William James Walton Sr., Greater Waterbury Real Estate (WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Briotti Group) about 9 years ago

William - my boys had a baseball game today at Fulton Park.  I googled it to get directions and of course stumbled upon your post.  [It's funny, my husband also googled it and asked me "why is Active Rain showing up??"]  

I thought it was an absolutely beautiful park .... one I'm looking forward to visiting again ..... I hope you're doing well!  

Posted by Karen Bernetti almost 9 years ago

Hello Mr. Walton, you know me from your 1st period history class.  I was wondereing what could be done to have matinence in the park kept up.  The sprinkler hasen't worked in years, the buildings aroung the park, such as the green house are from what I hear filled with mold and anamal fecies.  The side walks are craked and have spray paint on them, and the smaller walkways that are more hidden in the trees in the shade are filled with trash and broken, making it dangerous to walk.  The parks natural beauty is covered in empty chip bags and there are drug deals at night.  What can be done to help the park because one day I want to bring my little brother to Fulton park and have him enjoy the swings and the pond, instead of asking me why there is so much garbage everywhere?

Posted by Theresa Murdoch over 7 years ago