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Squantz Pond State Park
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SQUANTZ POND STATE PARK
SQUANTZ POND STATE PARK
78 Shortwoods Road
New Fairfield, Connecticut   06810

Phone: 203-797-4165
Toll Free: 866-287-2757
Email:
Squantz Pond offers four season enjoyment with steep, wooded slopes, a cool, blue pond and colorful foliage to delight visitors throughout the year.
History of the Area
Squantz Pond immerses the visitor in a "mountain like" setting. Steep, wooded slopes disappear into the cool, blue pond below. In the fall, the park becomes a haven for photographers capturing the colorful reflection of the foliage in the mirrored surface of the water.




Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
March 19 Great Trails and views by Chuck
I live just down the street. What a great place to go and hike. Fantastic views and good trails makes for a great day.
June 29 family park
I have been here twice and both times... its been great...very relaxing places
December 28 Great place to Walk by meetvignesh

Area Fishing Related Businesses
Valley Angler
56 Padanaram Rd
Danbury, CT
(203) 792-8324
Candlewood Bait & Tackle Co
2 Germantown Rd
Danbury, CT
(203) 743-2221
Bill's Bait & Tackle
117 Old Town Park Rd
New Milford, CT
(860) 354-9066
Area Cabins and Lodges
Sheraton
18 Old Ridgebury Road
Danbury, CT
(203) 794-0600
Booking.com

Directions
From the West/New York area: take I-684 onto I-84 east toward Danbury. Take Exit 5 and go left at the traffic light onto Route 39 north, following the signs to Squantz Pond. The park is located off Route 39 approximately 4? miles north of the center of New Fairfield.

From East on I-84: take Exit 6 in Danbury. Take a right at the traffic light onto Route 37. Follow the signs on Route 37 until you arrive in New Fairfield Center. Take a right at the traffic light onto Route 39 traveling north for approximately 4? miles to the park entrance.

From lower Fairfield County area: go north on Route 7 onto I-84 east to Danbury. Take Exit 5 and go left at the traffic light onto Route 39 north, following the signs to Squantz Pond. The park is located off Route 39 approximately 4? miles north of the center of New Fairfield.

From Bridgeport area: go north onto Route 25 onto I-84 west. Take Exit 5 and go left at the traffic light onto Route 39 north, following the signs to Squantz Pond. The park is located off Route 39 approximately 4? miles north of the center of New Fairfield.

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