Sunnybrook State Park facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSunnybrook State Park
|Location||Torrington, Connecticut, United States|
|Area||464 acres (188 ha)|
|Elevation||791 ft (241 m)|
|Designation||Connecticut state park|
|Administrator||Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection|
|Website||Sunnybrook State Park|
Sunnybrook State Park is a public recreation area encompassing 464 acres (188 ha) in the town of Torrington, Connecticut. The state park is the southwestern terminus for the blue-blazed John Muir Trail which crosses Paugnut State Forest for two miles to the loop trail at Burr Pond State Park. Another park trail bears the name of former property owner Edwin Fadoir. In addition to hiking, the park offers picnicking, hunting, and fishing along the East Branch Naugatuck River. The park opened in 1970 and entered the state roles in the 1971 edition of the Connecticut Register and Manual.
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