About Union, CT
Union is a town in the northeast of Tolland County, CT. Union was settled by James McNall in 1727 and it was incorporated as a town in 1734. Till 1785 it was in Windham county. Also, Union is a part of the Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Heritage Corridor. The total area of the town is 29.8 square miles. The population is around 785 people according to the 2020 census, which makes Union the least populated town in Connecticut.
Union has more of a rural feeling. Many retirees choose this place for life, as it’s quiet and peaceful. It is surrounded by a forest and parks. Union is well-known for its wildlife. Also, here you can try out hiking, camping and snowmobiling. Another popular spot in Union is Rock Meadow Farm.