Welcome to Beacon Falls CT!
With a population of just over 6,000, Beacon Falls offers quintessential small town living. Beacon Falls is one of the smallest towns in the country and one of the youngest. It lies on both sides of the Naugatuck River, south of Beacon Hill brook, from which the town derived its name.
Beacon Falls is situated in the heart of the Naugatuck Valley; a convenient commute to major cities yet peacefully far from the hustle and bustle. Beacon Falls is part of Regional School District #16 along with the neighboring town of Prospect and is home to Woodland Regional High School.
Beacon Falls offers a classic New England setting. The Naugatuck River provides scenic beauty as well as fishing. Town parks and trails afford many recreational opportunities. Enjoy Nature at its finest at the 300-acre Matthies Park featuring a pavilion, playground, hiking or canoeing, kayaking and fishing on Carrington Pond. The Pent Road Recreation Complex offers ball fields, tennis and basketball courts and walking the track. Toby’s Pond at Riverbend Park is another wonderful spot for kayakers and canoeists and Lantern Ridge offers more terrific hiking and nature trails.
Residents will find Beacon Falls offers a peaceful suburban charm, natural beauty and a close-knit community spirit that provide a high quality of life.