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One of the best things about waterfalls in Connecticut is how easy they are to reach. Often located just off the trail — sometimes even just off the road — Connecticut's waterfalls make for refreshing spots to enjoy some great hiking. We've also included some suggestions for other nearby hiking (including some dog-friendly hiking trails!), scenic picnic spots and nearby swimming holes around waterfalls in CT.
Featuring: Burr Pond State Park | Campbell Falls State Park Reserve | City of Shelton | Enders State Forest | Kent Falls State Park | Town of Beacon Falls | Town of Cheshire | Town of East Haddam | Town of Falls Village (Canaan) | Wadsworth Falls State Park
When it gets really hot – so hot that you can’t even think clearly anymore – you’ll be happy to turn to this handy little guide to some of Connecticut’s cooler spots.
Featuring: Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park | Campbell Falls State Park Reserve | Infinity Music Hall & Bistro (Norfolk) | Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center | Town of Barkhamsted | Town of Norfolk
Overview: After the winter thaw, waterfalls across Connecticut are ready to start their springtime show. Pack a lunch and visit some of the state’s most beautiful falls with a short walk, a long hike, or in some cases, even a paddle.
Featuring: Burr Pond State Park | Campbell Falls State Park Reserve | City of Norwich | Devil's Hopyard State Park | Enders State Forest | Indian Well State Park | Kent Falls State Park | Roaring Brook Nature Center | Town of Beacon Falls | Town of Falls Village (Canaan) | Wadsworth Falls State Park