Brookfield Center is located in Brookfield, Connecticut in Fairfield County.
The nearby Cardigan Park is a wonderful place to take the family with new tennis and basketball courts, a one half mile walking trail, picnic pavilion, and town beach on the eastern shore of Candlewood Lake. Other parks in the area include the Arthur Harris Linear Park, Grays Bridge Field, Lillinonah Woods, Old Bridge Sanctuary, and Williams Park.
Brookfield Center is home to Brookfield Center Historic District -- a stretch of forty-three acres of land located east of and parallel to the Still River. The architectural style of the homes are representative of the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, with the bulk of homes built from 1800-1875. Brookfield was formed into a township in 1788.
There are 15 colleges located within one hour of Brookfield. The new Western Connecticut Academy of International Studies Elementary Magnet School for grades 8-5 is offered to students in Brookfield. It is situated adjacent to the wooded west-side campus of Western Connecticut State University.
It is 42 miles to Hartford, 136 miles to Boston, 63 Miles to New York City and 105 miles to Providence. The average commute time is 24 minutes.