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Connecticut’s state parks are scattered throughout the state like natural treasures across the landscape. Today we are featuring the oldest state park in the Nutmeg State that sits on the site of a former Revolutionary War encampment. Putnam Memorial State Park was established over 130 years ago preserving the historic area and making it a public recreation spot unlike any other.
Have you ever visited Connecticut’s oldest state park? Which are your favorite state parks to visit? You can also check out another Revolutionary War site by taking a hike to this secret hideout of the Tories during colonial times.
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