Avon Town Green 60 W Main St, Avon, CT06001 Located off of Route 44 near the Avon Town Offices and local shops, the Green offers a place for residents to take a…More walk or relax with friends. The dedications on the gazebo, which was built in 1994, as well as the nearby brick walk and veterans' wall in the Town Green, show the sense of community in Avon. The Recreation and Parks office is located in Building 6 across the street.
Christ Episcopal Church of Avon 35 Harris Rd, Avon, CT06001 The family-oriented Christ Episcopal Church of Avon is located on Harris Road, near West Avon Road. Originally…More established in the neighboring town of Unionville, according to the church website, the church was relocated to Avon in 1961. Worshipping members of the church come from Farmington Valley towns, such as Avon, Farmington, Unionville, Collinsville, Burlington and Simsbury. Most of the church members are traditional Episcopalians, however, there are also member of other religious backgrounds, such as Roman Catholic, Baptist, Lutheran and Congregational. Father Halsey "Chip" Stevens leads the Sunday worship services.
Fisher Farm 75 Tillotson Rd, Avon, CT06001 Fisher Farm is a working dairy farm located just off of Old Avon Road. This leased land, spanning 315 acres, is part of…More the Town of Avon and is overseen by Avon's Department of Recreation and Parks. All of the ponds and fields in this area are restricted for public use.
Smith Farm 841 W Avon Rd, Avon, CT06001 A well-kept Avon secret, Smith Farm is one of the few remaining still fully functioning farms in town. Every summer and…More autumn, Avon residents and visitors alike look for the big red apple-shaped "Smith Farm" sign on West Avon Road. Customers can find a wide array of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables—particularly a collection of red and black raspberries, blueberries and more than 30 varieties of apples. The stand also carries a selection of jams, jellies and preserves.