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Kayaking and Canoeing in Farmington Station, CT

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Farmington

Farmington, CT

5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

We put the kayaks in at the rt. 4 bridge in Farmington and went 16 miles into Titisville Park in Simsbury Ct. Wat... paddling.net

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Nepaug

Canton, CT

The trail affords all levels of mountain biking, hiking, and backcountry skiing. A fun class II whitewater is cl... trailpeak.com

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The Upper Mattabesset is often overlooked but offers a nice run in the spring with a mix of flatwater and quickwa... paddling.net

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Burr Pond

Torrington, CT

SHORT BUT SWEET..... This 2.5 mile loop trail circles beautiful Burr Pond. The trail offers some good craggy cli... trailpeak.com

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Farmington River

Simsbury, CT

Nice easy paddling on the Farmington River, with great scenery. Anyone can easily put a kayak or canoe in the ri... trailpeak.com

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4 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

At 933 acres — the largest natural body of water in Connecticut — Bantam Lake draws many motorboaters, especially o... trails.com

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Lake Winchester

Winchester, CT

5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

Lake Winchester’s beautiful setting, coupled with little development, makes it one of our favorite destinations in ... trails.com

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Families come here to paddle, to hike or bike, or to enjoy the beach at Burr Pond State Park. Paddling south along ... trails.com

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4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Though some road noise emanates from numerous four-lane divided highways that ring Middletown, the Cromwell Meadows... trails.com

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5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

Lake Winchester’s beautiful setting, coupled with little development, makes it one of our favorite destinations in ... trails.com

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4 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

At 933 acres — the largest natural body of water in Connecticut — Bantam Lake draws many motorboaters, especially o... trails.com

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Lake McDonough

Pine Meadow, CT

4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Lake McDonough lies just to the south of enormous Barkhamsted Reservoir, which supplies drinking water to the Hartf... trails.com

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Erected by Members of the 24th Regiment C.V. Citizens of Middletown and State of Connecticut 1904 [ Inscribed in gran... hmdb.org

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Hockanum River

Manchester, CT

Fast flowing, narrow, twisty river with one class 2 rapid. Easy portage on left bank. Site of annual spring race... trailpeak.com

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Beseck Lake

Middletown, CT

This is a great lake for a couple of hours of quiet paddling. It's about 160 acres in size. Occasionally there're... paddling.net

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I found this listed in the Connecticut Boaters Guide in my search for new places to paddle. It is listed at 121 a... paddling.net

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Tyler Lake

Litchfield, CT

Tyler Lake in Goshen, CT is a nice place to spend a morning or an afternoon as it only takes about 2 hours to pad... paddling.net

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Hello Fellow Paddlers, I must say I did get out to enjoy this beautiful day on the water and just loved it. I pad... paddling.net

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Rainbow Reservoir is a section of the Farmington River that lies below the Rainbow Dam in Windsor CT. It is a 234... paddling.net

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Park Pond

Winsted, CT

Originally had planned to go to nearby Winchester Lake, but when we got there it was quite windy and the water wa... paddling.net

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