Enders State Forest
Enders State Forest lies northwest of Hartford, predominantly in the town of Granby, sharing some of its diverse forests, wetlands and waterfalls with the town of Barkhamsted to the west. It is part of thousands of acres of dedicated open space in the area.
This area contains naturally occurring hazards associated with rocks, steep slopes and cliffs. Rocks are extremely slippery when wet. Please exercise caution and stay on the main stone dust trail (marked with purple colored blazes). Enjoy views of the falls from a safe distance. Swimming or wading are not recommended in this area. Stratton Brook State Park in Simsbury is a great alternative for swimming.
Content last updated September 2020