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It is a series of waterfalls that flow down so dramatically it is worth an entry in magazines and documentaries. True enough, the Kent Falls has been photographed a number of times for its natural beauty and poetic grandeur.

The Kent Falls State Park is the city of Kent?s pride. This falls are part of the Falls Brook, a tributary of the Housatonic River in Litchfield Hills in the state of Connecticut. The brook begins in the town of Warren then flows west where it falls down to its biggest drop at 70 feet into the reflecting pool below. From here, the stream continues its graceful descent in a series of lesser falls. The stream stretches a quarter-mile long and covers a total of 250 feet of drop height.

A covered bridge was erected in the park so guests can see the falls up close. The park activities include hiking, trekking, and picnicking.
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