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Higganum Reservoir State Park

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Higganum Reservoir State Park, often mistaken as Higganaum Meadows State Park, is a tranquil, undeveloped public recreation area located in Haddam, Connecticut. The park spans 147 acres and offers a variety of activities such as fishing, hiking, hunting, and bird-watching. The park’s reservoir provides scenic views of water surrounded by dense forestland, which changes color with the seasons. Despite its lack of facilities or picnic areas, it remains popular among locals for its natural beauty. The reservoir itself dates back to the late nineteenth century when it served as an important source for ice harvesting during winters. The park also encompasses a variety of habitats, including wetlands, forests, and meadows, which support a diverse range of plant and animal species.

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Higganum Reservoir Park

Haddam, CT 06438