What is the Webb Mountain Discovery Zone?
A nature center located in Fairfield County on 171 acres providing enrichment opportunities and links to school curricula in the areas of nature, science and history.
Three trails lead you through an intricate outdoor Scavenger Hunt, created by two of the state's leading experts, with 27 learning stations featuring interpretive signs that encourage explorers young and old to find clues and evidence of how the land was used by people and animals past and present.
How do I get there?
The Discovery Zone is located off Route 111 just north of Masuk High School in Monroe, CT. At the blinking light head east on East Village Road and follow the green signs to the Discovery Zone entrance. The preserve is open to the public sunrise to sunset and is free of charge. Dogs on leashes are welcome but owners must pick up after their dogs.
Organized groups need to contact the Discovery Zone to schedule visits in advance, and program or facility fees may be required. Click on links above for details on scheduling field trips, scout troop visits and birthday parties.
The Discovery Zone is separate from Webb Mountain Park.
71 Webb Circle, Monroe CT