New London Connecticut State Parks
CT State Parks – New London, Ledyard, Norwich, Mystic, Old Lyme
New London county is a wonderful choice for state parks. From the miles of hiking and biking trails at Bluff Point State Park to the Revolutionary War history at Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park, you will find CT State Parks in New London County. Ask us about CT State Parks or share your CT travel reviews comments. To feature your business, contact us.
New London CT State Park Camping & Visitor Information
Bluff Point State Park
Bluff Point Coastal Reserve offers the visitor a delightful mixture of wooded hiking and biking trails coupled with spectacular wildlife viewing on Long Island Sound.
Day Pond State Park
Day Pond Road
Visitors to Day Pond State Park will find the stone foundation reminders of the colonial era when water from the pond powered the nearby sawmill. Now stocked with trout, Day Pond is an attractive area for fishermen.
Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park
57 Fort Street
Add a touch of reality to your Revolutionary War history lesson with a visit to Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park, site of the 1781 massacre led by the traitorous Benedict Arnold.
Fort Trumbull State Park
90 Walbach Street
New London, CT 06320
Get an interactive history lesson at the visitor’s center, or just walk the Fort and ramparts for a view of the Thames River, a visit to Fort Trumbull has something for everyone including a boardwalk and fishing pier.
Haley Farm State Park
Haley Farm Lane
The park has been preserved as open space and is used for passive recreational purposes. A 0.8 mile bike trail winds its way through the scenic old shoreline farm. The Haley Farm Bike Trail, which is wheelchair accessible, is part of a 7 1/2 mile town-owned bikeway routed from Mystic to Groton on local roadways.
Harkness Memorial State Park
275 Great Neck Road
Waterford, CT 06385
Enjoy the panoramic views of Long Island Sound from Eolia, the elegant summer mansion of the Harkness family set on over 230 seaside acres of sweeping lawns, with stately trees and spectacular gardens.
Hopeville Pond State Park
Off Route 201
Visitors can fish, swim or camp on the serene shores of Hopeville Pond. The site, which once boasted several successful mill operations, offers a fine mix of quality recreation and local history.
Nehantic State Forest
Visit Nehantic State Forest and discover what the first forest in New London County has to offer.
Pachaug State Forest
P.O. Box 5
Voluntown, CT 06384
Pachaug State Forest is the largest State Forest in Connecticut encompassing 24,000 acres, in 5 towns. There are two areas, the Chapman Area and the Green Falls Area.
Rocky Neck State Park
244 West Main Street (Route 156)
East Lyme, CT
The large stone pavilion, diverse trail systems, and gently sloping beach make this park ideal for families. Try crabbing or fishing. Look for hawks, cranes, and herons. Rocky Neck provides something for all members of the family.
Salmon River State Forest
Get a glimpse of earlier times as you walk through one of Connecticut’s covered bridges. Enjoy a day of fishing and a picnic along the Salmon River.
Connecticut State Parks by Region
Litchfield County CT State Parks
Bridgewater, Cornwall, Kent, Litchfield
Hartford County CT State Parks
Hartford, New Britain, Suffield, Enfield
Tolland County CT State Parks
Andover, Stafford Springs, Mansfield, Tolland, Somers, Storrs, Willington
Windham County CT State Parks
Woodstock, Eastford, Plainfield, Putnam
Fairfield County CT State Parks
Bridgeport, Fairfield, Norwalk, Stamford, Newtown
New Haven County CT State Parks
Hamden, New Haven, Seymour, Waterbury
Middlesex County CT State Parks
Cromwell, Essex, Middletown, Old Saybrook
New London County CT State Parks
New London, Uncasville, Norwich, North Stonington, Mystic Village, Old Lyme