Collis P. Huntington State Park

Collis P. Huntington State Park, Connecticut, U.S.A is a public park of over 1000 acres in the towns of Redding, Newtown & Bethel. It houses vast meadows, dense forests, multiple lakes as well as a variety of geological features. Fishing, bird watching, kayaking, and horseback riding are popular here. The park is named after the 19th-century railroad baron, Collis Potter Huntington.