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Scantic River State Park

Scantic River State Park
Connecticut state park
Country  United States
State  Connecticut
County Hartford
Towns Enfield, East Windsor, Somers
Elevation 128 ft (39 m) [1]
Coordinates 51|47.88|N|72|35|53.16|W|type:landmark_region:US-CT name=

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Area 784 acres (317 ha)
Established Unspecified
Management Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
Location of Scantic River State Park in Connecticut

Scantic River State Park is a Connecticut state park in the towns of Enfield, East Windsor and Somers suitable for hiking, fishing, and hunting.[2] It consists of several separated parcels.[3]

Three parcels are accessible to the public. One parcel is a 167-acre (68 ha) area located in the Hazardville section of Enfield, specifically the Powder Hollow area. A second parcel is located around the Enfield/Somers line, has an area of 180 acres (73 ha), and is located between Scitico Road and Route 190. The third parcel, also known as the Harrington Lot, is 239 acres (97 ha) and is located primarily in East Windsor between Melrose Road and Route 140.

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  • Scantic River State Park Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
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