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Keeney Point National Wildlife Refuge

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Keeney Point, part of the South Meadows/Keeney Point/Hockanum Meadow area, is located near the Connecticut River in East Hartford, Glastonbury, and Wethersfield. This area includes the Keeney Cove Marsh State Wildlife Area, Hockanum Meadow, Richard Strong Open Space, and the South Meadows Greenway Trail. The area is known for its unique geographic features and natural beauty. It offers a flat, often muddy, out-and-back walk along the Connecticut River, with a variety of landscapes to explore. The area is home to a diverse range of wildlife and is a popular spot for hiking and bird watching. Please note that access to this area may change over time.

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Keeney Point NWR

East Hartford, CT 06118