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The 20 best camping spots in Connecticut.

From mountain peaks to the open beach, little Connecticut's got it all.

Moon In The Pond Farm
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1. Moon In The Pond Farm

100% Recommend (9 Campers)

Moon In The Pond is a small farm nestled on a quiet and picturesque dirt road in the southern Berkshire hills in Sheffield, Massachusetts. ...

Lu
Lu: We had a blast!!! Such a nice place. In the middle of nowhere, apart from WiFi and phone signals. This place is a jewel for...
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Magic Forest Farm Camp
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2. Magic Forest Farm Camp

98% Recommend (30 Campers)

Our slice of paradise consists of 225 acres of forested land nestled in the foothills of the Catskills near Albany. We are a homestead and...

Myles
Myles: What an incredible place to stay. Jason and Joan were extremely welcoming and helped us with everything we needed. They’re...
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From the Berkshire Mountains to the scenic beaches of the Long Island Sound, Connecticut brings together all the best of New England camping. A trip to Connecticut's northwest corner brings easy access to Berkshire Mountain camping. With a patchwork of national forests and state parks covering these hills, it's easy to find the perfect campsite high in the mountains, deep in Read more...
From the Berkshire Mountains to the scenic beaches of the Long Island Sound, Connecticut brings together all the best of New England camping. A trip to Connecticut's northwest corner brings easy access to Berkshire Mountain camping. With a patchwork of national forests and state parks covering these hills, it's easy to find the perfect campsite high in the mountains, deep in the woods, or right on the banks of a swimming hole. The Connecticut River runs right through the state, and if you travel by kayak or canoe, it's easy to find boat-in campsites along the water where you can hunker down right beside the wide, ambling river. Rocky, jagged coastline forms Connecticut's border to the south, and the beach camping can't be beat. Set up your tent right on the open sand and enjoy the calm waters of the Long Island Sound. New England locals and visitors from far off alike are bound to be impressed by the diverse camping opportunities of this quaint state.
Arc 38
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3. Arc 38

Come on over and enjoy our 188 acre land! We offer locations to pitch your tent and wild wilderness activities. Or, if you just want to come hike...

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Farm Fun at Forest's Edge
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4. Farm Fun at Forest's Edge

Camp at the forest's edge of a gorgeous working farm in Southeastern Connecticut any time of the year! Tons of privacy, comfortable camping...

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Connecticut has 332 miles of jagged, scenic coastline.
Farmland
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5. Farmland

63 acre organic family farm. Pitch a tent in our forest next to a stream with a wading pool. Access to clean drinking water and a bathroom at our...

Moss Hill Farm
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6. Moss Hill Farm

Experience a bit of natural immersion and enjoy the endless opportunities for outdoor recreation while camping in the Berkshires of Western...

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In 1800, Connecticut was only 10% forested, but today over 60% of the state is covered in forest.
Hike In Tent Camping
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7. Hike In Tent Camping

No Car? No Gear ? No Problem!We are a Hike in-Hike out CampgroundThe easiest way to access the campground is to take the Metro North Hudson Line to...

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Hammonasset Beach Campground

8. Hammonasset Beach Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Just across the Sound from the Hamptons, you can call your stay at these beach-front sites “glamping” even if you’re sleeping in a two-person nylon...

Nicole
Nicole: Pets are not allowed according to their website.
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PEZ candy is produced right in local Orange, Connecticut.
Robibero's Retreat
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9. Robibero's Retreat

Winery by day, campgrounds by night. Our secluded field is the perfect spot to pitch a tent and enjoy a night away from the noise. A roaring fire...

Tara
Tara: This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed camping, so you can pitch your...
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Tolland Campground

10. Tolland Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Incredible lake views await at Tolland State Forest Campground. Sitting on a pretty little peninsula on the shores of Otis Reservoir sites here are...

cindy
Cindy: We camp here often and love it. If you want one of the water sites 86 and 87 are our favorites but most of them are nice and...
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The official insect of Connecticut is the Praying Mantis.
Hike In Platform  Camping
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11. Hike In Platform Camping

No Car? No Gear ? No Problem!We are a Hike in-Hike out CampgroundThe easiest way to access the campground is to take the Metro North Hudson Line to...

Emily
Emily: This is an ideal getaway from New York City; accessible on public transport and tailored to suit any level of camp comfort. You...
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Black Rock State Park Campground

12. Black Rock State Park Campground

Less than an hour from New Haven and Hartford, the campgrounds at Black Rock State Park provide a densely wooded oasis from Connecticut city life,...

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Kettletown State Park Campground

13. Kettletown State Park Campground

A wise man once said, “Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it. ” Kettletown State Park is that magic, folks. We found it. Situated on...

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Lake Waramaug Campground

14. Lake Waramaug Campground

Experience the stillness and beauty of Lake Waramaug as she captures the image of changing leaves on the surface. Sightseeing enthusiasts,...

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Nepaug Campsite

15. Nepaug Campsite

Need the perfect place to settle down for the night and rest your feet from that backpacking expedition of yours? Nepaug Campsite is the place to...

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Mohawk Campsite (3)

16. Mohawk Campsite (3)

Need a place to crash that puts you in the prime spot for continued trail explorations? Take the third Mohawk backpack camping shelter out for a...

Mohawk Campsite (2)

17. Mohawk Campsite (2)

The second Mohawk Trail backpacker shelter is tucked away in a wooded area just nearby Bunker Hill Road. There is a nice picnic spot for relaxing...

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Mohawk Campsite (1)

18. Mohawk Campsite (1)

Located at the northern part of Mohawk Trail, the first Mohawk campsite shelter is surrounded by forested beauty. With just enough coverage to...

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Housatonic Meadows State Park Campground

19. Housatonic Meadows State Park Campground

Press pause from the hussle and bussle and nestle yourself beneath tall pines. Listen to the cold, clear two mile stretch of river as you find...

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Gatherwild Ranch Tentsites
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20. Gatherwild Ranch Tentsites

Located in Hudson Valley, just 1 mile from the river, Gatherwild Ranch is home to 60 acres of open farmland. We offer a large organic garden with...