Weston is located immediately north of Westport and boasts a rich heritage of stonewalls, wooded landscapes and rustic, centuries-old charm. Wetlands and nature conservancies abound, and two acre zoning ensures the rural charm of the town will continue for generations. The Town Center hosts all manner of essential businesses, and retail shopping can be found just a short drive away in Westport. If you are looking for a truly rural experience and small town life, Weston is the place for you.
The excellent school system is comprised of Hurlbutt Elementary School, Weston Middle School and Weston High School, all three centrally located on a 120 acre education campus. Numerous athletic fields accommodate outdoor sports that include football, soccer, baseball, softball and lacrosse, both intramural and interscholastic. Weston High School’s 750 seat auditorium is used for town-wide meetings as well as school activities and performances.
Weston residents have many options for entertainment and recreation. Devil’s Den and Bisceglie Park offer great hiking, and there are tennis and swimming facilities, golf courses, plenty of opportunities for jogging and biking, as well easy access to the beaches of Westport. The town also features the Westport/Weston Community Theater and the Weston Pubic Library.
From Weston Center, it is a short drive to the Westport or Wilton railway stations. Also, Weston is minutes away from the Merritt Parkway and the Connecticut Turnpike for those who commute by automobile to businesses in nearby towns.
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From Weston center it is a short drive to either the Wilton or Westport train stations. You can travel to GCT via the Danbury Branch of the Metro-North New Haven line.
The Westport train station is located at 1 Railroad Place off Saugatuck Avenue. It has full ADA access and ticket machines are available. There is no staffed ticket office at this location. The fare to GCT is $15.75 one-way peak, $11.75 one-way off peak, and $341 monthly. Parking is offered by the Westport Police Department (203-341-6001).
The Wilton Station is a few hundred yards from Center Street near the intersection of Route 7 and 33. Cannondale Station is on Cannon Road, just off Route 7, adjoining the Cannondale Village Shopping Center. There are no ticket machines and no staffed ticket office. Parking at Wilton and Cannondale is the province of the town (203-563-0100). Tickets bought before boarding the train to Grand Central cost $13.50 one-way peak, $10 one-way off peak. A monthly commutation ticket is $292.