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Connecticut Lakes State Forest

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Connecticut Lakes State Forest is a captivating wilderness located in the towns of Lemington and Canaan, in northeastern Vermont. This area, which was part of the former Johnson Farm, encompasses over 26,000 acres along more than six miles of Connecticut River shoreline. The forest is known for its significant habitat diversity, long and scenic Connecticut River frontage, and abundance of significant natural features. It offers a diverse range of outdoor adventures for nature enthusiasts, including hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Whether one seeks solace in the tranquility of camping by the lakeside, embarking on a challenging trek to the summit of towering mountains, or simply connecting with nature’s abundant wildlife, this remarkable state forest is a true haven for outdoor exploration.

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Pittsburg, N 03592