New Waterbury Riding Spot

I was reading on another forum about a guy saying a corp in Waterbury was going to open up 850 acres for riding. He did not say where it was. Anyone have any ideas?

Is this what he's talking about? About to open, it opens each spring. I have never been, though.

I don't know of any corp in Waterbury that owns 850 acres... It would be nice, though.

sounds like he's confused and talkin about thomaston. i do know of a couple undisclosed riding areas near waterbury that size though it would kinda suck to see them go public.

Are those Waterbury spots worth it?

I come from Waterbury. I now live in PA. The riding is incredible. Miles and miles of gas lines, power lines, single track and abandoned coal mines. This place is incredible.

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