This 3.6-Mile Trail In Connecticut Leads To Two Waterfalls And River
By Lisa Sammons|Published September 06, 2021
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Connecticut has a tendency to get a bad rap as a boring state. But anyone who lives here knows that couldn’t be further from the truth! The Constitution State is an incredible place with all kinds of natural wonders. We’re blessed with 139 state parks, not to mention numerous municipal parks and gardens. You could explore a different trail every week and still not run out of places to hike in Connecticut. One trail in particular that’s a great adventure is the Wadsworth Falls Trail in Wadsworth Falls State Park.
Please note that swimming and picnicking are prohibited in this area of the park.
Have you hiked the trails at Wadsworth Falls State Park? Share your experiences in the comments below!
For more information about the trails, including maps and more photos, check out the AllTrails page. You can also find more information about Wadsworth Falls State Park on the official Connecticut Parks website.
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