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Holt Memorial Fountain

The Holt Memorial Fountain is a fountain located in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. The fountain was built in 1894 in memorial of Charles Holt, the owner of the Phoenix Woolen Co, a local mill. The fountain causes a roundabout to form with Route 3 ...

Jeremys Back

Jeremys Back is a mountain ridge in New London County, Connecticut. It is named after Jeremy Adams, one of the original founders of Hartford, CT. It is located close to the river Jeremy and Jeremy Adams, a favorite childrens venue in the area.

Kent Hollow, Connecticut

Kent Hollow is a valley in the Appalachian Mountains in the town of Kent in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is situated in the upper reaches of the West Aspetuck River, one of the cleanest rivers in Southern New England and itself classified a ...

Kohanza Reservoir

The Kohanza Reservoir was a reservoir in Danbury, Connecticut. Construction was completed in 1866. It was the first of many reservoirs built to supply Danburys hat factories. The dam broke on January 31, 1869. The ensuing flood of ice and water k ...

Lake Hayward (Connecticut)

Lake Hayward is a natural spring-fed lake situated just north of Devils Hopyard State Park in the northeastern corner of East Haddam, Connecticut and is bordered by the towns of Colchester and Salem. Lake Hayward, formerly known as long pond on t ...

Lake Whitney (Connecticut)

Lake Whitney is a lake in Hamden, Connecticut, that is a part of the Mill River. The lake was a water source for the New Haven, Connecticut, metro area, until it was discontinued in the early 1990s. Now with a new water treatment facility rated f ...

Leesville, Connecticut

Leesville is a village in the town of East Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States. Leesville is located on Connecticut Route 151 north of the East Haddam town center. Leesville was originally named Lords Mills after an oil mill in t ...

Lake Lillinonah

Lake Lillinonah is located in Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven counties of Western Connecticut, in the northeastern United States. It is the second largest lake in Connecticut, smaller only than Candlewood Lake. The lake is bordered by six tow ...

Little Narragansett Bay

Little Narragansett Bay is an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean and an estuary of the Pawcatuck River on the Rhode Island-Connecticut state line. It is sheltered by a curving peninsula, known as Napatree Point. On the basis of Napatree point is the sit ...

Lords Point, Connecticut

Lords Point is a small private village on the Atlantic Coast in the town of Stonington, Connecticut, established in 1909. Lords Point has over 200 houses and summer cottages, with an average summer population of 800 people. six beaches in lords p ...

Lordship, Connecticut

Lordship is a small, waterfront neighborhood situated on Connecticut’s Gold Coast in Stratford, Connecticut. Lordship was an island bounded by salt marshes to the north and Long Island Sound to the south, The neighborhood currently extends, by ma ...

MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution

The MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution is a Level 4 & 5 security level multi-mission facility for adult males, in Suffield, Connecticut. Based on its inmates population, it is the largest correctional facility in New England. It came into ...

Manson Youth Institution

Manson Youth Institution is a Connecticut Department of Correction state prison for men under the age of 21. It is located in Cheshire, New Haven County, Connecticut. Although it has a capacity of 679, it currently houses less than half that.

Marbledale, Connecticut

Marbledale or Marble Dale is a village in the town of Washington in Litchfield County, Connecticut. For U.S. Census purposes, it is included in the census-designated place of New Preston. Marbledale is part of the postal ZIP code 06777, officiall ...

Mianus, Connecticut

Mianus, formerly Mayamus and Upper Landing, is a neighborhood in the town of Greenwich in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Unlike other Greenwich neighborhoods such as Cos Cob or Old Greenwich, Mianus does not have its own ZIP code or post office. ...

Middletown Nature Gardens

The Middletown Nature Gardens is located off Randolph Road in Middletown, Connecticut. In 1995, the city of Middletown, CT purchased the 18 acres of land and dedicated it open space. This piece of land serves as a natural habitat to many plants a ...

Mill River, New Haven

Mill River is a primarily industrial neighborhood in the city of New Haven, Connecticut located between the Wooster Square and Fair Haven neighborhoods. The area is bounded on the East by the mill river from I-95 in the vicinity of Humphrey stree ...

Neufa, Connecticut

Neufa is the name of a small village in the town of Woodbury in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Located in the more rural northeastern part of town near where Bethlehem and Quassapaug Roads meet Connecticut Route 6, Neufa is home to a few older ho ...

North and South Brother Islands (Connecticut)

North Brother Island is a small island in Long Island Sound, part of the town of East Lyme, Connecticut. Its coordinates are 41°17′34″N 72°14′41″W, just off the coast. Its companion, South Brother Island is also a part of the town of East Lyme. I ...

Peck Mountain (New Haven County, Connecticut)

Peck Mountain of south-central Connecticut, 371 feet, is a traprock mountain ridge located in Cheshire, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, north through the Connecticu ...

Putney, Connecticut

Putney is a section in the north end of Stratford, Connecticut. The area includes Boothe Memorial Park and Museum and Putney Chapel and abuts the neighborhood of Oronoque. The area roughly includes all property from Chapel Street and Harry B. Flo ...

Riverside, Connecticut

Riverside is a neighborhood/section in the town of Greenwich in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 8.416. The town of Greenwich is one political and undemanding of the body, and consists of ...

Robinson Correctional Institution

The Carl Robinson Correctional Institution is a Connecticut Department of Correction state prison for men located in Enfield, Connecticut. The facility was opened in 1985 for medium-security inmates with a capacity of 880. Robinson is one of a cl ...

Round Mountain (Taconic Mountains)

Round Mountain, 2.296 feet, located on the border of southwest Massachusetts and northwest Connecticut, is a prominent peak of the Taconic Range. The peak and southern slopes of the mountain are within Connecticut, the northern slope lies within ...

Round Pond (Connecticut)

Round Pond is located in Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA. Formed by a receding glacier, it is public and is 32 acres in size. The pond drains across the state boundary to the state of New York into the Cross River Reservoir, providing an initial flo ...

Round Rock, Madison

Round Rock is a glacial rock islet of around 119 square feet in size. It is situated 1.163 feet offshore of Madison in New Haven County, Connecticut. In 1914, congressman Thomas L. Reilly requested Round Rock to be connected to Tuxis Island by a ...

Lake Saltonstall (Connecticut)

Lake Saltonstall is a long narrow lake located in south-central Connecticut. It covers an area of approximately 0.66 square miles and is nestled in the center of the trap rock Saltonstall Mountain. The lake is surrounded by forest and serves as p ...

Samson Rock

Samson or Sampsons Rock is a glacial erratic boulder in Madison in New Haven County, Connecticut that, according to Algonquin legend, was formed by Odziozo the giant. The legend says that Odziozo created it after he flung some land out to sea, cr ...

Mount Sanford (Connecticut)

Mount Sanford of south-central Connecticut, est. 886 feet, is the high point on a 2.25-mile long traprock mountain ridge located 10 miles northwest of the city of New Haven. Mount Sanford is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends ...

Shenipsit Lake

Shenipsit Lake, known locally as "The Snip", is a natural lake used as a water storage facility with a water size of 522.8 acres located in Tolland County, Connecticut, bordering the towns of Ellington, Tolland and the Rockville section of Vernon ...

Shuttle Meadow Formation

The Shuttle Meadow Formation is a Mesozoic geologic formation in the Hartford Basin in Connecticut and Massachusetts, USA. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation, although none have yet been referred to ...

Smith Park (Middletown, Connecticut)

Smith Park is a park in Middletown, Connecticut, United States, which was acquired by the town in 1974. It is located on the north side of Country Club Road in Middletown. Comprising 50 acres of land, it includes ball fields, a playground, hiking ...

Spring Hill (Norwalk)

Spring Hill is a section of Norwalk, Connecticut named after the hill on which most of the neighborhood sits. The neighborhood is located west of the Central section of Norwalk, across U.S. Route 7 and north of Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 1. Nor ...

Tuxis Island

Tuxis Island, sometimes uncommonly spelled Tunxis, is a small, uninhabited island about 1.029 feet off the shore of Madison in New Haven County, Connecticut in the United States. Tuxis Island is about 3.42 acres in area, and covered mostly in tre ...

Tuxis Pond

Tuxis Pond, occasionally spelled Tunxis, is a small pond located in the town of Madison in New Haven County, Connecticut. The pond is 3.58 acres in area. Three small streams run into it, and one runs out to sea. Tuxis Pond is about three feet abo ...

Twin Lakes (North Branford, Connecticut)

Twin Lakes is a suburban neighborhood along the south side of North Branford, Connecticut. The population was 2.476 at the 2010 census. It is the towns most densely populated neighborhood with 884/sq.mile at the 2010 census.

Watch Rock Park

Watch Rock Park is a 25 acre park in Old Lyme, Connecticut owned by the Old Lyme Conservation Trust. It is located off Joel Road at the point where the Duck River flows into the Connecticut River, just above the point where the Connecticut flows ...

Webb Mountain Park

Webb Mountain Park is a 135 acre municipal park that offers hiking trails, rock climbing, nature study, and campsites in Monroe, Connecticut. The park backs up onto land where a historic castle building and residences for nuns are located. Webb M ...

Wequetequock Cove

Wequetequock Cove is a cove located in southeastern Connecticut. It empties into Fishers Island Sound. Elihu Island and Goat Island are in Wequetequock Cove. Saltwater Farm Vineyard is located along its shore. Fishers Island, New York is a bounda ...

West River (neighborhood)

West River is an official neighborhood of the city of New Haven, Connecticut. The neighborhood covers the part of the city east of the West River and south of Chapel Street. Official planning maps run the eastern and southern boundaries run along ...

West Rock, New Haven

West Rock is an official neighborhood of the city of New Haven, Connecticut. It includes part of West rock ridge Park and the campus of the State University of southern Connecticut. The Northern part of the official neighborhood contains a neighb ...

Wetherell Pond

Wetherell Pond is a lake in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. It is just north of Interstate 84, located in a small wetland area not categorized by the National Wetlands Inventory. The name gathered from the U.S. Geological survey betw ...

Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution

The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution is a medium-security state prison for men in Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, owned and operated by the Connecticut Department of Correction. It houses a maximum of 1165 inmates. The object is t ...

Adams Crossroads, Delaware

Adams Crossroads is an unincorporated community in Sussex County, Delaware, United States. Adams Crossroads is located at the intersection of Delaware Route 404 and Adamsville Road northwest of Bridgeville.

Adamsville, Delaware

Adamsville is an unincorporated community in Kent and Sussex counties of Delaware, United States. Adamsville is located at the intersection of Delaware Route 16 and Adamsville Road northwest of Greenwood.

Afton, Delaware

Afton is an unincorporated community in New Castle County, Delaware, United States. It is a suburban development located off Marsh Road north of Delaware Route 92.

Alston Branch (Leipsic River tributary)

Alston Branch rises on the Fork Branch divide in Cheswold, Delaware. Alston Branch then flows northeasterly to meet the Leipsic River about 1-mile north-northeast of Bishops Corner.

Anderson Crossroads, Delaware

Anderson Crossroads is an unincorporated community in Sussex County, Delaware, United States. Anderson Crossroads is located at the intersection of Delaware Route 30, Benson Road, and Neal Road southeast of Milford.

Andrewville, Delaware

Andrewville is an unincorporated community in Kent County, Delaware. Its elevation is 56 ft and is located at 38°51′41″N 75°38′06″W. It is located west of Farmington on Andrewville Road. Bethel Methodist Protestant Church was added to the nationa ...

Anglesey, Delaware

Anglesey is an unincorporated community in New Castle County, Delaware, United States. Anglesey is located along Delaware Route 48 west of Wilmington.