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Mohawk
Mohawk

Mohawk State Forest, Connecticut

Mohawk State Forest can be identified by some truly unique natural and historical features that go unmatched in Connecticut. 1,683-foot Mohawk Mountain was once used by Native Americans to spy Read more...

Mohawk State Forest can be identified by some truly unique natural and historical features that go unmatched in Connecticut. 1,683-foot Mohawk Mountain was once used by Native Americans to spy rival tribes approaching and the Black Spruce Bog is thought to have formed after a giant glacial ice block melted and left a 40-foot depression filled with water.

Today, the area is recognized its hearty specimens of black spruce and larch and has become popular for both educational and scientific purposes. Visitors also have access to youth group camping, stream and pond fishing, hikes on the Mohawk Trail and winter sports in the Mohawk Ski Area. Over 10 miles of trails are reserved exclusively for snowmobiling when accumulation reaches six inches plus. For a more visual introduction, do check out this video tour.

Mohawk Campsite (3)
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Mohawk Campsite (2)
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Mohawk Campsite (1)
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Housatonic, Cornwall Campsite
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