Town of Ashford

The town of Ashford, incorporated in 1714, is nestled within the Quiet Corner of northeastern Connecticut and covers 39.5 square miles within Windham County. Ashford is currently home to 4,400 residents and is known for its historical buildings and rustic farms. The town features many ways to enjoy the outdoors, including the Nipmuck Trail as well as several preserves managed by Joshua's Trust. Notable properties in town include The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, June Norcross Webster Scout Reservation, and Eastern Connecticut State University's Church Farm Center for the Arts and Sciences. Here are some additional resources on the town: