A simple scenic town in northeastern Connecticut, Pomfret covers about 41 square miles. It is a rapidly growing Windham County community.
Remaining similar to how it was at its incorporation in 1713, Pomfret is a mostly rural town, with some light industry. Many historic buildings and landmarks dot the countryside. Dairy farming and agriculture remain a crucial part of the community.
Pomfret is reasonably located one hour from Hartford, and 30 minutes to Providence, R.I.
The community is known by many as the home of the famed Wolf Den, where General Putnam killed the last wolf in Connecticut. The Wolf Den is now part of the Mashamoquet State Park and is on the National Register of Historic Places.