Housatonic River, photo Wikipedia.

Western Connecticut BlogSpot: Blessed with 2 major recreational rivers, the Housatonic and the Farmington, and over 9,000 surface acres of lakes and spring-fed ponds, the Litchfield Hills of Northwest Connecticut are overflowing with spring fun on the water. Melting snow that makes rivers run high means prime time for whitewater challenge and sunny spring days are just right for a peaceful paddle on a sun-dappled river.

The Housatonic Valley Association has just published a free Connecticut Paddling Guide of 9 navigable sections of the Housatonic River with 29 access sites starting from Ashley Falls, Massachusetts, and going to Stratford, Connecticut.

To download the guide CLICK HERE.

For a free paddle guide and the Unwind brochure call (860-567-4506) or visit Litchfield Hills CT website by CLICKING HERE.

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