Thompson Quaddick Pond Topo Map

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Thompson is the most northeastern town of both the state and the “Quiet Corner,” bordered by neighboring Massachusetts and Rhode Island. This quiet town is notable for a number of natural features, including the 200-million-year-old Wilsonville Fault, created during the breakup of Pangea, and chiefly, Quaddick Pond and State Forest, both located in Quaddick, a small village community of Thompson. Quaddick Reservoir is a man-made body of water originating with the creation of a dam on the Five Mile River in 1865. The reservoir consists of three sections: Upper, Middle, and Lower. Quaddick State Park is on the Middle Reservoir, on a quiet section of road, and includes a sandy beach and cool, clear water for swimming and human-powered boating.
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Norwich, Connecticut

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