Putnam Memorial State Park

Description:

Putnam
Memorial State Park is named for Major General Israel Putnam who chose
the site as the winter encampment for his men during the winter of
1778-1779.

The former American Revolutionary War encampment and park is located at
the intersection of Route 107 and Route 58 in Redding, Connecticut.

The park also has a number of caves, of various depths. The park also has reinactments of life during the Revolutionary War.

Address:

492 Black Rock Turnpike
Redding, CT 06896

Hours:

Daily
8:00am – Sunset

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