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Visitors to fresh water swimming areas and boat launches should be aware that during this time of year some water bodies may be prone to blue-green algal blooms.  Blue-green algae may produce and release toxins that – at high enough concentrations -  are potentially harmful to swimmers, dogs and people involved in activities that puts them in contact with the water.  For more information visit
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Public Act 15-244 requires the collection of sales tax on parking fees at CT State Parks.
A number of exciting projects are taking place across the state in our State Parks.  See details on construction and renovation projects.
A new state park will be developed at the former Seaside Sanatorium in Waterford expanding shore-line recreational opportunities for Connecticut residents and visitors.
The “Sky’s the Limit” 2015 is a Hiking Challenge, designed to promote hiking in Connecticut’s State Parks and Forests throughout 2015.
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For information on a specific park or forest, or for a park or forest phone number,
use the Select a Park or Forest link above.
For general questions about Connecticut state parks or forests, please email us at or call 860-424-3200.