"A demanding loop travels the east and west ridges framing the Macedonia Brook drainage. Special attractions: Vistas, ridge and valley forests, spring wildflowers, a mountain laurel, wildlife, fall foliage.
Originating with a gift of land from the White Memorial Foundation of Litchfield, Connecticut, this 2,300-acre Connecticut state park nudges the New York State border. Split in half by the clear-skipping waters of Macedonia Brook, the park offers exciting ridgeline tours, vistas, peaceful woods,
and stonework from the past. During the Revolutionary War, some one hundred Scatacook Indian volunteers manned signal fires atop these and other area ridges of the Housatonic Valley."