As The Largest Lake In The State, Connecticut's Candlewood Lake Was A True Feat Of Engineering
By Lisa Sammons|Published May 20, 2022
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Man-made lakes are truly impressive. They’re often indistinguishable from their natural counterparts. The way that man can reshape nature is awe-inspiring, and it’s incredible to look at what was once a forest or plain but is now water. The largest lake in Connecticut is Candlewood Lake. This man-made wonder is now an important recreation area that draws thousands of tourists to the state. It took more than 1,400 workers to turn what was once a small town into a sprawling lake paradise that now provides electricity and entertainment for much of the state.
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