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Millers Pond State Park

Millers Pond State Park
Connecticut State Park
Country  United States
State  Connecticut
County Middlesex
Towns Durham, Haddam
Elevation 577 ft (176 m) [1]
Coordinates
Area 280 acres (113 ha) [2]
Established 1955
Management Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
Location in Connecticut
Website: Millers Pond State Park Reserve

Millers Pond State Park is a Connecticut state park in the towns of Durham and Haddam, located off Foothills Road. The park consists of the original 30 acres (12 ha) of pond and 170 acres (69 ha) of woodlands plus additional purchases made by the state. Leisure activities include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and hunting. Millers Pond's principal source of water is large springs that create a body of unpolluted water excellent for trout and smallmouth bass.[3]

History

Thomas Miller erected the upper dam in 1704 to make a

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External links

  1. ^ "Millers Pond State Park".  
  2. ^ Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee (January 23, 2014). "State Parks and Forests: Funding" (PDF). Staff Findings and Recommendations. Connecticut General Assembly. p. A-2. Retrieved March 20, 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "Millers Pond State Park". State Parks and Forests. Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. Retrieved May 13, 2013. 

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