DEEP: Connecticut State Parks and Forests

{Connecticut State Parks and Forests}

Did you know?  
Your Connecticut registered vehicle is your Passport to Connecticut State Parks!
Use your Passport to the Parks  to explore all of our Connecticut State Parks and Forests!
Anyone in a Connecticut-registered vehicle can park free of charge at all CT State Parks and Forests year-round. 
{Link to Find a State Park or Forest} {Connecticut State Parks and Forests} {Link to Find a Park/Forest by Activity} {Connecticut State Parks and Forests} {Link to Campground Reservations}
{Connecticut State Parks & Forests} {Link to State Park Passes} {Connecticut State Parks & Forests} {Link to State Parks History} {Connecticut State Parks and Forests}
{Link to Social Media} {Connecticut State Parks & Forests} {Connecticut State Parks and Forests} {Link to State Parks History} {Link to Volunteer Opportunities}
Details are now available for the 2020 First Day Hikes.  Join us at one of the many Parks & Forests holding hikes on January 1, 2020.  Follow us:  @CTStateParks 
Connecticut's rails-to-trails are a great way to easily explore some of our unique landscapes on foot, bike or horse back. Plan your visit using the Connecticut Rail Trail Explorer.
Fort Trumbull is on Twitter!  Follow us @CTFortTrumbull
A number of exciting projects are taking place across the state in our State Parks.  See details on construction and renovation projects.
July 2, 2019 - The Seaside State Park RFP process has concluded with no award.
The park is open as a place for passive recreation activities including walking, fishing and birdwatching. The buildings on the property remain closed to the public.
Goodwin State Forest and Conservation Education Center
An Adventure for All Seasons
Connecticut State Park Videos on YouTube
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.