Tour the Oldest Fish Hatchery In Connecticut At Burlington State Fish Hatchery
By Lisa Sammons|Published July 11, 2023
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We have many great parks in Connecticut that are filled with beautiful bodies of water that can be enjoyed in a number of ways, from boating to swimming. Fishing is one of the state’s most popular sports. Have you ever gone fishing at a Connecticut state park? If you enjoy fishing, it’s likely that you have, but did it occur to you where the fish that are stocked into these ponds and rivers come from? Fish to stock these bodies of water are produced at a number of fish hatcheries in Connecticut, and one of the most important is the Burlington State Fish Hatchery in Burlington, CT. This place is surprisingly interesting and one of the most unique places you can go in Connecticut. Check it out:
For more information about the Burlington Hatchery, including some fascinating videos, check out the state of Connecticut website.
Have you ever visited any of the fish hatcheries in Connecticut? Share your experiences in the comments! If you’d like to make a longer visit to Connecticut, consider staying at this unique local hotel.
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