Some numbers

There are 3,135,360 acres in Connecticut. 

The highest point in the state is on the south side of Mount Frissell, in Salisbury: 2,380 feet above sea level.

The lowest point is on the coast near Long Island Sound: 0 feet.

There are 1,301,670 households in the state.

Forested Connecticut-owned land consists of 107 state parks (37,741 acres) and 32 state forests (169,394 acres). Plus unmeasured land beneath a canal and rail trail. And two fish hatcheries and 16 wildlife management areas, for which an acreage listing is elusive.

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