DEEP: State Parks
State Parks
 Air Line State Park Trail
  Stretching across eastern Connecticut from Thompson to East Hampton, this linear trail dates from the 1870s, and today draws walkers, hikers, horseback riders and bikers from across the state for the views, the relaxation and the solitude.
 Auerfarm State Park
 Beckley Furnace Industrial Monument
 Bennett's Pond State Park
  Bennett's Pond State Park was once the home of Louis D. Conley, a successful manufacturer and nursery man, whose estate of more than 1,500 acres was one of the largest in Ridgefield
 Bigelow Hollow State Park/Nipmuck State Forest
 Black Rock State Park
 Bluff Point State Park
 Bluff Point State Park - Biology
 Burr Pond State Park
 Camp Columbia State Park/Forest
 Chatfield Hollow State Park
 Collis P. Huntington State Park
 Connecticut Valley Railroad State Park
 CTs 9-11 Living Memorial
  Sherwood Island State Park in Westport is the home of Connecticut's official memorial to the victims of the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
 Day Pond State Park
 Dennis Hill State Park
 Devils Hopyard State Park
 Dinosaur State Park
 Dinosaur State Park - Footprint Casting/Mining
 Dinosaur State Park Frequently Asked Questions
  Frequently Asked Questions for Dinosaur State Park
 Eagle Landing State Park
  Eagle Landing State Park is appropriately named for its favorite visitors. As one of CTís newest state parks this location features 16 acres of Connecticut River frontage and a dock which hosts scenic and bird watching tours.
 Eolia - The Mansion at Harkness State Park
 Farm River State Park
  Farm River State Park may not rank high on the list of parks by size but it is well placed when ranked by location. Taking its headwaters to the northeast, the Farm River flows 16.5 miles on its way past the Park where visitors enjoy the sun, sights and salt air of Long Island Sound.
 Farmington Canal State Park Trail
  The Farmington Canal State Park Trail in Cheshire and Hamden forms a portion of the Farmington Canal Greenway which traverses Connecticut, north to south, from Suffield to New Haven. The State Park Trail follows the path of the Farmington Canal which served the area from 1828 to 1847.
 Field Trips to Dinosaur State Park
 Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park
 Fort Trumbull State Park
 Free State Parks Weekend - Suggested Parks
  Suggestions for which parks to visit on Free State Parks Weekend.
 Gardner Lake State Park
  Gardner Lake State Park is one of Connecticutís small but important park locations in the southeastern part of the state. At only nine and three quarter acres, this park principally provides boating and recreational access to the 528 acre Gardner Lake.
 Gay City State Park
 George Dudley Seymour State Park
  George Dudley Seymour State Park protects a valuable mile of Connecticut River frontage and a significant grassland habitat along the river.
 Gillette Castle State Park
 Haddam Meadows State Park
 Haley Farm State Park
 Hammonasset Beach State Park
 Harkness Memorial State Park
 Harkness Memorial State Park - Architectural Renovation
 Harkness Memorial State Park - History and Restoration
 Haystack Mountain State Park
 Hop River State Park Trail
  The 20 plus miles of the Hop River Trail, like many trails of this length, passes through or abuts many preserved open areas.
 Hopeville Pond State Park
 Housatonic Meadows State Park
 Hurd State Park
 Indian Well State Park
 John A. Minetto State Park
 Kent Falls State Park
 Kettletown State Park
 Lake Waramaug State Park
 Larkin State Park Trail
  Stretching across four towns, this long and narrow state park trail combines enough remarkable history, geography and aesthetics to rate its 110 acres as one of the biggest and prettiest parks in the Connecticutís system. Originally designated as a trail for horses, for which it is still popular, Larkinís ten miles now also serve walkers, joggers, bikers and hikers.
 Lovers Leap State Park
 Macedonia Brook State Park
 Machimoodus State Park
 Mansfield Hollow State Park
 Mashamoquet Brook State Park
 Millers Pond State ParK
 Moosup Valley State Park Trail
  This 5.8 mile linear trail encompasses 62 acres as it stretches across two eastern Connecticut towns.
 Mooween State Park
  Acquired by the state in 1989, this nearly 600 acre park spent its first eleven years known as Red Cedar Lake State Park.
 Mount Tom State Park
 Old Furnace State Park
  The 367 acre Old Furnace State Park has a storied industrial history and a present day attractiveness all its own. A three-quarter mile trail accesses a viewpoint with a ten mile viewshed.
 Osbornedale State Park
 Penwood State Park
 Putnam Memorial State Park
 Quaddick State Park
 Quinnipiac River State Park
 River Highlands State Park
 Rocky Neck State Park
 Rocky Neck State Park Campground
 Selden Neck State Park
  Selden Neck State Park is accessible only from the water. This unique park offers four paddle-in camp site areas.
 Sherwood Island State Park
 Silver Sands State Park
 Sleeping Giant State Park
 Southford Falls State Park
 Squantz Pond State Park
 State Parks - Construction Project
  A number of exciting projects are taking place in Connecticut State Parks.
 Stratton Brook State Park
 Talcott Mountain State Park
 The Pavillion at Rocky Neck State Park
 Wadsworth Falls State Park
 West Rock Ridge State Park
 Wharton Brook State Park
 Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail
  The 4.5 mile Windsor Locks State Park Canal Trail follows the historic towpath of this 170 plus year old historic waterway.
 Windsor Meadows State Park
  Windsor Meadows State Park is a unique and quiet refuge along the Connecticut River 3.5 river miles north of Hartford. Its main developed features are the Bissell Bridge Boat Launch and the entrance and terminus of the Bissell Bridge Walkway Trail. Its main undeveloped feature is its 140 acres of undeveloped Connecticut River floodplain forest.