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Mount Tom State Park, Litchfield

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Mount Tom State Park is a public recreation area lying south of US Route 202 in the towns of Washington, Litchfield, and Morris, Connecticut. The state park occupies 231 acres (93 ha) on the southwest shore of Mount Tom Pond and is home to the Mount Tom Tower, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. It is managed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
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  • A beautiful walk in the woods with the fall foliage in full color was delightful! Trail was mostly easy until close to the top where it got a lot more rugged. It was popular but socially distant...  more »
  • Fun place to hang out for the day. Great views and woods to explore for the entire family. Right in between Litchfield and New Milford easy day trip for western CT  more »

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