Wolcott’s rich heritage, respectable industrial base and ideal location contribute to the appeal of this delightful New England town.
Travel to and through Wolcott is convenient for professionals commuting to urban centers and local businesses via Routes 332 ad 69. These routes also provide access to further shopping and entertainment in neighboring areas.
Homes in Wolcott are a various collection of Traditional and Contemporary single-family houses, modern apartments and condominiums. Spacious lots in open and wooded areas offer exceptional settings for family living.
Surrounding the well-preserved town green are a number of historic structures such as charming period homes and the Old Stone School 1811 Historical Society Museum.
Wolcott's children attend public school in contemporary facilities.
Wolcott's open land and town parks support many recreational activities. Outstanding town facilities include the Charles Rietdyke Recreation Center and Scovill's Recreation Area. The 50-acre Peterson Park on Mad River and Lake Hitchcock feature swimming, picnicking, hiking and serene relaxation.