Sprague is a part of New London county located in eastern Connecticut. Founded in 1861, it is composed of three villages: Baltic, Hanover and Versailles. This town combines a charming rural atmosphere with economic development. Sprague has a rich history and significant architecture. The Baltic village is a part of the National Register of Historic.
Sprague at one time had one of the biggest textile mills in the country. Right now, Sprague is a desired destination for eco-tourists. There’s a river that is loved by kayakers, tubers and canoe enthusiasts. Every year they hold festivals that attract people who want to enjoy nature.