Tunxis State Forest – Hartland CT

Description

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)’s Camp Robinson, which housed Company #180, was stationed at Tunxis State Forest in Hartland, Connecticut. The camp was established June 13, 1933 and was discontinued July 18, 1941.

Among other projects independently listed on other pages, work included: “12 miles of truck trails including today’s … Hall Road, construction of a house for the Forest Ranger, and miles of cross-country ski trails.”

Source notes

Historical Museum of the Civilian Conservation Corps, Shenipsit State Forest: exhibit information

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on March 2, 2018.

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Location Info


Tunxis State Forest
Hartland, CT

Coordinates: 42.019, -72.958

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