Squantz Pond Topo Map

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Though Squantz Pond appears to be an extension of Candlewood Lake — Connecticut’s largest at 5,420 acres, with 72 miles of shoreline — Route 39 separates the two. In fact, Squantz Pond already existed at the time of Candlewood Lake’s creation in the 1930s. While to some, Squantz Pond will seem built up and crowded with motorboats, it does not hold a candle to Candlewood Lake's congestion. Other than the Charles E.Wheeler Wildlife Management Area in Milford, Squantz offers about the best paddling in southwestern Connecticut. Indeed, if you can avoid busy summer weekends and stick to the western shore — instead of the heavily developed eastern side with its Route 39 road noise — you can have a quite nice paddle here. Expect to see: Canada goose, wood duck, painted turtles, scenic forested hillsides.
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New Fairfield, Connecticut

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