Union was the last town to be settled east of the Connecticut River in 1734. The town has approximately 846 residents and is largely known for its active wildlife and state forests/parks.Read More
Union was one of the last towns settled east of the Connecticut River. The town is known for its active wildlife, including bears, moose and bald eagles. Bigelow Hollow State Park offers hiking, walking, snowmobiling, and back country camping. It is also home to a very popular farm and state forest. Take a visit in this nature filled town in northern Connecticut.