Burr Pond State Park Trail Topo Map

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Nestled in the hills of northwestern Connecticut, Burr Pond State Park is the site of Borden’s first condensed milk factory, built in 1854. The well-worn Blue Trail encircles the 88-acre Burr Pond, passing by glacial boulders once used by Native Americans for caves, and leads through a public park with a sandy beach. Wear your bathing suit under your shorts and tee-shirt so that you will be ready for a swim here, close to the end of the hike. This is a can’t-get-lost trip—just keep the shoreline in sight on your left and you’ll eventually return to your starting point. Even in wintertime this is a pretty hike: the surroundings never seem barren and bleak because dense hemlock forests and colonies of mountain laurel ensure year-round color. Burr Pond State Park offers forty campsites at its Taylor Brook Campground.
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Winsted, Connecticut

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