Canterbury-Scotland Loop Topo Map

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Canterbury and Scotland are classic New England villages in the rural, bucolic “Quiet Corner” region of northeastern Connecticut, offering rural charm, an active agricultural economy, and miles of scenic roads. Canterbury developed out of a small homestead, named Kent, when former Plainville residents built their own church and parish. The town was named Canterbury as an allusion to the major cathedral city, located in the county of Kent in the United Kingdom. Canterbury, a town of some 5,000, is larger in land and population than Scotland, its smaller neighbor to the west. Scotland has roughly 1,000 residents on 19 square miles of property, all of which originated from a 5-square-mile property purchased by Isaac Magoon in 1700. Magoon named the area after his ancestral Scotland, and the name stuck. The intersection of CT 169 and US 14 can be busy. Bennett Pond Road is somewhat choppy, so use caution and watch for potholes.
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Norwich, Connecticut

Get Canterbury-Scotland Loop Topo maps on One of Connecticut's best camping sites, Canterbury-Scotland Loop is located near Norwich, CT. Trails' printable online topo maps offer shaded and un-shaded reliefs, and aerial photos too! Use topographic map functionality to find elevation, print high resolution maps, save a PNG, or just learn the topography around Canterbury-Scotland Loop. You can also get free latitude and longitude coordinates from the topographical map and set your GPS. Subscribers with access to our maps can download or print any topo, and cover more terrain when you map your Canterbury-Scotland Loop route ahead of time.

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Mar 2018