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Here are the 8 lakes we have listed within USA > New England > Connecticut > Litchfield Hills - compared by Newest (Youngest) Reservoirs.

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Lake Name Completion year Lake Description
Lake Lillinonah
(Connecticut, USA)
1955 With more than 1500 acres of boating and fishing waters, bordered by a wide variety of shoreline vistas, Lake Lillinonah in southwestern Connecticut is a great outdoor enjoyment destination. Lake Lillinonah provides recreation areas with boat ramps, kayaking, canoeing, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, ...
Saugatuck Reservoir
(Connecticut, USA)
1941 Saugatuck Reservoir is an outdoor person's wonderland with great fishing, wonderful hiking, a unique landscape and a plethora of woodland and marsh birds and animals. Wildlife viewing is superb with fox, bobcat, lynx, coyote, deer, turkey, hawks, beaver, eagles, falcons, and infrequent moose being ...
Winchester Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
1928 Winchester Lake Message Forums Winchester Lake is nestled in the heart of northwestern Connecticut's elegant Litchfield County. At 229 acres, the crystal clear water of the lake offers visitors and residents plenty of opportunity for fishing and boating. Although the forested shoreline is fairly developed with private homes, visitors ...
Lake Garda
(Connecticut, USA)
1925 Lake Garda Message Forums Shortly after World War I Harry Battistoni left his home in Italy and immigrated to New Britain, Connecticut. He prospered in his new home and in the 1920's bought two farms. Inspired by Lake Garda from his childhood, Battistoni dammed a creek-Rose Brook-and created his own Lake Garda. He dreamed ...
Candlewood Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
1923 Candlewood Lake Pictures Candlewood Lake is Connecticut's largest man-made reservoir. The City of Danbury and four other towns (Brookfield, New Milford, Sherman and New Fairfield) all claim Candlewood Lake's 86 miles of mostly steep forested shoreline and a surface area of over 5,000 acres. Candlewood Lake is a utopia for both ...
Lake Zoar
(Connecticut, USA)
1919 Lake Zoar Pictures Also known as: Zoar Lake
With more than 900 acres of boating and fishing waters bordered by shoreline vistas, southwestern Connecticut's Lake Zoar is a great outdoor destination. Lake Zoar provides recreation areas with boat ramps, kayaking, swimming, canoeing, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, and picnic areas. The lake is ...
Hitchcock Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
1890 Hitchcock Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lake Hitchcock
She wakes up and jumps out of bed. It takes her a moment to realize it's Saturday, and she doesn't have to be at work. She smiles to herself but gets up anyway, taking her coffee out on to the deck of her home on Hitchcock Lake. It will be a few hours before the kids wake up and want to play in the ...
Highland Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
1860 Highland Lake Message Forums Highland Lake is a 444-acre lake nestled in the Berkshire Mountains of Litchfield County near the city of Winsted, Connecticut. Known as a resort lake due to well developed upscale homes on most of its shoreline, the crystal-clear water is also valued for its fishing, boating, swimming and water skiing ...

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