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Farmington River Trail

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The Farmington River Trail is an 18.2 mile long semi-paved trail that runs through the towns of Simsbury, Canton, Collinsville, Burlington, Unionville, and Farmington, Connecticut. The trail is an offshoot of the 58 mile long Farmington Canal Heritage Trail, which runs from New Haven in the south into the state of Massachusetts in the north, branching off from the Heritage Trail in Unionville and reconnecting in Simsbury to form a loop.[1][2] The trail traces the old Canal Line railroad track, following the Farmington River. The trail is run by the Farmington Valley Trails Council (FVTC) in the north and the Farmington Canal Rail to Trail Association (FCRTTA) in the south, although there is increasing collaboration between the two groups as spaces in the trail begin to be filled in. The trail is also part of the larger East Coast Greenway system, which aims to connect a system of trails from Maine to Florida.[3]

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  1. "2020 Farmington Canal Heritage Trail: Welcome to the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail". Retrieved 2020-12-16.
  2. "Town of Canton, CT". Retrieved 2020-12-16.
  3. "East Coast Greenway - Home". Retrieved 2020-12-16.

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