Sprague is composed of three villages, Baltic, Hanover, and Versailles. The town hall is located in the town of Baltic, and was constructed in the 1950s. Sprague is quickly becoming a destination for eco-tourism, having held their first RiverFest, a celebration of the local Shetucket River. This river and festival attracts kayakers, canoe enthusiasts, tubers, and nature lovers. A companion festival is held each year in October, the Three Villages Festival. This is held in Baltic, on the public ballfield and surrounding area. Sprague hopes to prosper by attracting businesses to further economic development. The previous industry in town was the Baltic Textile Mill, which burned down in 1999.
Sprague real estate primarily consists of single family residences.
The town offers one public and two private schools:
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