Connecticut

Camping River Bend Campground In Oneco, Connecticut

Stateline Camp Resort

Camp Connecticut had a chance to catch up with the folks at River Bend to talk about camping at River Bend Campground. It is a great place for families, young and old with many activities that everyone will enjoy. Camping ...

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Camping Stateline Camp Resort in Connecticut

Stateline Camp Resort

Camp Connecticut had the opportunity to speak with Nicola Leonetti from the Stateline Camp Resort. She gave us the inside scoop on her favorite campsite, where to park your 42′ bus, and zombies. Listen to the full interview here: Stateline ...

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Camping Sherwood Island State Park in Connecticut

Sherwood Island State Park

Sherwood Island State Park is the oldest state park in Westport, Connecticut is one of the finest state parks the area has to offer. The shade of the picnic grove is an ideal place for a relaxing lunch and the ...

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Camping Rocky Neck State Park in Connecticut

Rocky Neck State Park

Rocky Neck State Park is the perfect park for families with its beautiful, sandy beach and activities to make every member of the family happy. Camping at Rocky Neck State Park Rocky Neck Campground is open daily from May 24 ...

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Camping Hammonasset Beach State Park in Connecticut

Camping at Hammonasset Beach State Park

Enjoy more than just another day at the beach at Hammonasset Beach State Park. Connecticut’s largest shoreline park features more than 2 miles of beach for swimming, a boardwalk for taking a stroll, and relaxation under the sun. Camping at ...

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Camping Dinosaur State Park in Connecticut

Dinosaur State Park

Dinosaur State Park is one of the largest dinosaur track sites in North America. The park boasts an impressive display of early Jurassic fossil tracks underneath its geodesic dome that date back 200 million years ago. The museum houses a ...

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Camping Black Rock State Park in Connecticut

Camping at Black Rock State Park

Scenic views meet Indian legend with amazing swimming and hiking opportunities, all nestled away in the rolling, scenic hills of the Western Highlands. Black Rock has 439 acres featuring steep, wooded ledges full of hemlock and oak. The park is ...

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