Bolton is a town located in Tolland County, in the central part of Connecticut. Originally a part of Hartford known under the name of Hartford Mountains or Hanover. The town was incorporated as a separate town in 1720. The town’s economy and commerce were based on the local queries. Bolton was famous for its high-quality schist stone, which many of the 18th-century carvers used for creating tombstones. Even though today Bolton is one of the smallest towns in the state, it still has attractions for locals and visitors. Bolton Notch State Park and Indian Notch Town Park are the most known tourist destinations for hiking and recreation.