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Millington Trail Loop is a 2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Millington, Connecticut that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 236 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Forest River Views
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Ashley Goulet
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Hiking

A lot of downed trees but otherwise it was ok. Bridge is out in the middle with big signs from DEEP that it’s not passable but it’s dry and passable below it.

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Nicole Francis
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Walking

Lots of of elevation changes....great workout. There are multiple trail changes def make sure you have the app.

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Garrett MacDonald
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Hiking

The bridge is out but we just walked across it anyway

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Robert Berthiaume
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Hiking
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Tom Nardone
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Mountain biking
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Rebecca Ebert
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Hiking

stunning. lots of climbing and water views

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Pamela M.
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HikingBlowdownMuddy

We were here five days after Hurricane Isaias barreled through. We expected a lot of fallen trees/branches and other debris but didn’t find as much as we thought we would see. Very sad to see a couple of older fallen trees! There are lots of beautiful areas to enjoy, especially if you venture just off the trail a bit. The trail also follows a somewhat small, albeit dry, stream with small trickles. Step off the trail when you get close to crossing the road and walk under the bridge. It’s kind of cool to see the calcium stalactites. You’ll be able to pick the trail back up on the other side of the bridge. We felt that this trail was well marked. We could always see the different markers for the red, yellow, green and white trails. This trail follows the red markers. Enjoy!

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Chandler Antill
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HikingBridge outBugsGreat!Rocky

I found the park hard to navigate. There were no trail maps that I saw. just spray paint on trees. had I not had all trails I dont know that I would of been able to find my way around. however that aside the trail was enjoyable. conditions were perfect ,and it wasn't to crowded. I definetly would recommend ,but be sure to go early as the park does get busy later in the day. when I exited the trail around 11 there was no parking to be found.

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Chandler Antill
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Daniela Sulantay
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Hiking

Really awesome hiking spot!!! So many different trails and amazing views and cute little places to sit and take pictures, very crowded because these are COVID times and people are finding all these open places to hang but the place is just great.

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Jason Pendred
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HikingMuddyOver grownRocky

As a start to finish hike, this was a great one. However, there are some inconsistencies within the rating, trail conditions, and marking. When you start out it’s on the red blaze, well maintained and marked. This part of the trail is easy for sure. Once you cross the broken down bridge you need to pay attention and hang a right onto the yellow blaze in order to do the out and back loop down to the lake. The yellow blaze trail is marked “ok”, it’s got some over growth in many spots, but not too bad. Once you hit the top of the hill you have two trails, stay to the left to get to the pond. It had rained last night and it was very slippery heading down the out and back part of the yellow blaze loop. This part os not easy and should be moderate for sure. Even in dry conditions there are heavy up and downs and a few decent rock decents that can be a challenge. Because it was brutal being moist on the rocks we opted to take the road back once we got to the pond and not risk injury going back up and down that part of the trail. It was a hard choice as we know it’s well within our skill level, but the risk/reward want there with the trail conditions. Aside from the wet and very slippery up and downs it was a beautiful trek with some great wooded views. We later caught the red blaze right where the yellow looped back down and coasted back to the parking lot. In closing, red blaze with out yellow loop, Easy. Yellow loop/out and back to pond, moderate and hiking poles were a necessity. We will return on a less humid, dry day to do this route as planned.

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Rita Amendola
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HikingBugs

Pretty waterfall! Not too crowded. A few down trees. Lots of beautiful green!!

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Jessica Forte
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HikingOver grownRocky

Nice trail but poorly maintained thru parts of it. My dog definitely loved it though!

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Tara Gorr
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HikingBugsMuddy

Excellent, low impact hike. A few muddy spots. Bring bug spray too.

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Kristin Phillips
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MuddyRocky

Fun. My four year old did it just fine

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Matthew Laflamme
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HikingMuddy
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Andy Reed
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HikingMuddy
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Susan Ross
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WalkingMuddyRocky

it was washed out in alot of spots. we had to make.our own trail through several areas. really wet.

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James Kenney
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Hiking

Pretty easy short hike . dry weather. but surprisingly mucking in spots so we walked off trail a bit. there's a little waterfall and some nice pools near the end of the trail. we didn't see another soul.

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christine herzberg
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HikingMuddyRocky
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