Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

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Windsor Locks Canal
State Park Trail
Windsor Locks Canal Trail Suffield North Trailhead Looking South.jpg
View looking south at the Connecticut River and Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail from the northern trail head in Suffield, Connecticut.
Map showing the location of Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail
Map showing the location of Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail
Location in Connecticut
LocationHartford, Connecticut, United States
Coordinates41°59′11″N 72°36′19″W / 41.98639°N 72.60528°W / 41.98639; -72.60528Coordinates: 41°59′11″N 72°36′19″W / 41.98639°N 72.60528°W / 41.98639; -72.60528
EstablishedUnspecified
Governing bodyConnecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
WebsiteWindsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail is a public recreation area that parallels the Connecticut River for 4.5 miles (7.2 km) between Suffield and Windsor Locks, Connecticut. The modern paved surface covers the original dirt towpath of the historic Enfield Falls Canal. The park is used for fishing, hiking, and biking.[1]

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  1. ^ "Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail". State Parks and Forests. Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. July 18, 2016. Retrieved September 28, 2017.

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