How To Camp in Connecticut State Parks
The Connecticut State Parks Division provides more than 1,400 campsites statewide. Here's what you need to know to plan your Connecticut camping trip.
Review: Housatonic Meadows State Park
A review of the campground at this Connecticut State Park by guest reviewer Kimberley.
Review: Camping at Rocky Neck State Park
A review of this Connecticut State Park campground with a beach and hiking trails, submitted by Carolyn, who writes: "We had a wonderful, relaxing vacation that cost us just the expense of gas, food and the camp space."
Review: Salem Farms Campground
A review of this Salem, Connecticut, family campground submitted by Maria.
Review: Stateline Campresort
A review of this campground on the Connecticut/Rhode Island state line submitted by Mark.
Review: Strawberry Park
A review of this Preston, Connecticut, campground located near shore points and casinos, submitted by Deb.
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Aces High RV Park
This 93-acre wooded campground in East Lyme has a beach, stocked trout fishing, and water, sewer and electric hookups for RVs.
Connecticut I-95 Camping Areas
If you're traveling along Connecticut's Interstate 95, here's information on where you'll find a camp site along the way.
Connecticut Campground Directory
From the Connecticut Campground Owners Association, here's a directory of campgrounds in the state, searchable by region.
Lone Oak Campsites
Located at the base of Canaan Mountain in East Canaan, this camping facility has 500 sites with a variety of hook-up options, even cable TV, and an adult nightclub.
Mystic KOA Campground
Located near Mystic and Foxwoods, this campground is on the site of one of Connecticut's first farms. Camping cabins and Kamping Lodge rentals are available.
Nelson's Family Campground
Reserve a site for your tent or RV for the day, week, or season at this East Hampton campground with a family atmosphere.
Nickerson Park Family Campground
Trout fishing, swimming and tubing are among the most popular activities at this northeast Connecticut campground. An online reservation form is available.
Odetah Camping Resort
Believed to be a former "underground railroad" stop, this southeastern Connecticut campground has full hookups, tent sites, yurts and trailer and cabin rentals available.
River Bend Campground
Pan for gemstones, visit with wildlife, practice your archery, canoe the Moosup River--all that this Oneco, Connecticut, campground.
Ross Hill Park Family Campground
Situated on the banks of the Quinebaug River, Ross Hill Park in Lisbon has both wooded and open sites, full hookups, playgrounds, snack bar, boat rentals, and more.
Salem Farms Campground
Located on 154 acres in rural Salem, Connecticut, this campground offers RV sites and on-site trailer rentals.
Explore Mystic's attractions from this convenient Old Mystic campground, which has it's own pool although ocean beaches are just minutes away.
Stateline Campresort & Cabins
On the Connecticut-Rhode Island border in East Killingly, this camping resort features scheduled activities for adults and children.
Water's Edge Family Campground
Lakeside campsites in Lebanon with tent and RV camping available and activities ranging from fishing and boating to dancing and hayrides.
Witch Meadow Lake Campground
This 122-acre Salem, Connecticut, campground has a 14-acre freshwater lake for swimming, boating, and fishing, tennis courts, a restaurant, and more.
Wolf's Den Family Campground
You're welcome to spend a day or the season at this East Haddam campground in the heart of the Connecticut River Valley.