Plans are being developed to provide hiking and multi-use trails within Stafford and connecting to other towns.
Two B&B's and nearby campgrounds provide overnight accommodation for visitors.
Recent enrichment activities also include international trips to Italy and Quebec City.
Our highly trained workforce, ample clean water supply and cooperative financial institutions all contribute to a positive business climate.For the outdoor enthusiast, Stafford and North Central Connecticut offer many activities.By the mid-1800's, the Railroad connected Stafford to markets all across New England.Before the State Highway projects of the 1920's & 1930, there was even a Trolley connection to Rockville.Stafford is a safe place when compared to similar size communities through the United States and Connecticut.
It boasts crime rates below both the national and Connecticut state averages. Long before its incorporation as a town in 1719, the famous mineral springs drew Native Americans and settlers to the Stafford area for the curative properties of the water.The Town of Stafford presents an ideal location for families and companies looking for a destination.Stafford is a rural/suburban mixed community with direct and rapid access to all major Northeast cities, especially New York and Boston.Like all New England towns - residents of Stafford enjoy the joy of the change of seasons.Snowy Winters, beautiful Springs, mild Summers, and scenic Autumns provide a diverse experience for residents.The Town has several tennis courts, ball fields, soccer fields, and several quiet, relaxing parks.