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The Bigelow Hollow State Park is a big expanse of land that measures about 9,000 acres. It is situated near the very town Union in the state. It also includes the nearby Nipmuck State Forest that used to be the home of the Nipmuck Indians. Altogether, these attractions make up one of the biggest swaths of the forest in the state that remains intact. This state parks is an amazing stretch of country look that is a favorite spot of most hikers.

This is of course all due to the immense trail that was systemized in the rigorous loop that measures up to six miles. It loops around the Breakneck Pond. All campers just love the very area especially with the pond that measures about 18 acres that sits in the valley. The anglers also like it along with the rowing boat fans who enjoy the peaceful ambiance of it all. No one still ever gets to relate the name of it but a few residents say it came from the bastardization of Big Low.
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