The following is a list of all cascades and waterfalls in Connecticut that have been visited and reviewed. For information on additional waterfalls in Connecticut that have not yet been visited, click here: More Waterfalls in Connecticut
Directions and trail information to most of the finest of the waterfalls listed below are further detailed in the (now in FULL COLOR!) 3rd edition of the popular waterfall guidebook: New England Waterfalls: A Guide to More Than 500 Cascades and Waterfalls!
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MORE WATERFALLS IN CONNECTICUTClick here to see a list of all other known waterfalls in the state of Connecticut. I ultimately hope to eventually visit and document all of these additional waterfalls in detail on this website. If you are looking for an off-the-beaten-path adventure, these other waterfalls will likely deliver that.
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the middle falls of Enders Falls in Granby, Connecticut
Indian Well Falls in Shelton, Connecticut
Kent Falls in Kent, Connecticut
Shelter Falls in Mansfield, Connecticut
Southford Falls in Southford, Connecticut
Buttermilk Falls in Plymouth, Connecticut
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