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Parks & Forests
Connecticut is committed to preserving the natural beauty of our parks and forests, where you’ll find hiking trails, fishing spots, beaches, campgrounds, swamps and more.
Passport to the Parks - All residents with Connecticut license plates on their vehicles can enter all Connecticut State Parks free of charge to enjoy the state's natural resources.
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Enjoy the view from the top at Castle Craig Tower, a stone observation tower overlooking Hubbard Park’s 1,800 acres filled with hiking trails and... More
Mattabesett and Mount Higby Trail is a 9 mile out and back trail located near Middlefield, CT that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as... More
Activities include cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, letterboxing, mountain biking, and hunting.
This 11-acre park has a picture-postcard beachfront for swimming and relaxing, as well as benches, playground, picnic tables and a concession... More
The site of the Continental Army's 1779 winter encampment under the command of General Israel Putnam consists of remains of the encampment,... More
Activities include bicycling, birding, camping, hiking, picnicking and stream fishing.
Hike to the summit of this 240-acre estate for panoramic views. It becomes an autumn wonderland in foliage season, with activities including... More
Two-mile beach, facilities for swimming, seasonal camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, scuba diving, hiking and boating; concessions. Nature... More
Pachaug State Forest is the largest state forest in Connecticut encompassing 24,000 acres in five towns, with backpack and horse camping... More
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