Welcome to Pachaug State Forest
Pachaug State Forest is the largest State Forest in Connecticut encompassing 24,000 acres, in 5 towns. There are two areas, the Chapman Area and the Green Falls Area. Pachaug State Forest began with a land purchase in Voluntown, in 1928.
At present, Pachaug covers about 24,000 acres in six towns, and is the largest forest in the State system. The word "Pachaug" is derived from the Indian term meaning bend or turn in the river. The Pachaug River, running from Beach Pond to the Quinebaug River, runs through the center of the forest.
The forest recreation areas are open from sunrise to sunset. Other forest areas are open one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. Pets on a leash are permitted.
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- Pachaug State Forest - Voluntown, CT - RV Parks
Pachaug State Forest - Voluntown, CT - RV Parks
Pachaug State Forest
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