Mystic Country Lakes A-Z
Mystic Country Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Amston Lake||Amston Lake is between the towns of Hebron and Lebanon, near the border of Connecticut's Mystic Country and River Valley tourism regions. Jurisdiction ...|
Also known as: Blue Lake, Anderson's Pond
Anderson Pond is a delightful 57-acre lake located in southeastern Connecticut four miles north of North Stonington. Also known as Blue Lake, and sometimes ...
Also known as: Lake Ashford
There is a strip of dark land in the corridor between metropolitan Boston and Washington, D.C.; it's "a place where the soft glow of city and town lights ...
|Beach Pond||Beach Pond's 459 acres span the south-central Rhode Island-Connecticut state line near the communities of Exeter and Voluntown -- the wooded shoreline ...|
Also known as: Wangumbaug Lake, Lake Wangumbaug
In Connecticut's Mystic Country, farmland, forests, lakes and small quaint villages combine with coastal adventures and exciting cities to create an amazing ...
|Gardner Lake||Gardner Lake spreads its shoreline through Bozrah, Montville, and Salem, Connecticut where many residents call the lakefront home. Although the shoreline ...|
|Hopeville Pond||137-acre Hopeville Pond is a beautiful and peaceful impoundment on the scenic Pachaug River that flows through Hopeville Pond State Park in Griswold, ...|
Also known as: Williams Pond
One of the lesser known water destinations in Connecticut's Mystic Country is beautiful Lake Williams. Although the lake is mostly private, a hand-carry ...
|Pachaug Pond||Pachaug Pond is nestled in the town of Griswold, in southeastern Connecticut and is the state's largest public water body east of the Connecticut River. ...|
Also known as: Quaddick Reservoir
Northeast Connecticut is home to Quaddick Lake. This reservoir in Connecticut's Mystic Country was created by damming the flow of Five Mile River to deepen ...