Rolling forests, sandy beaches, and rural retreats give campers options in the Nutmeg State.
Looking to go camping in Connecticut and love hiking? Look no further than Vernal Heights (173 reviews), The Hay House Farm (133 reviews), and Mickelberry Forest Gardens (104 reviews) to see what other campers have experienced. Popular amenities like campfires, toilets, and trash services are available at many of these campsites. And if you're looking for more activities to do besides hiking, you'll find historic sites, snow sports, and whitewater paddling nearby. Get ready for a memorable camping experience in Connecticut!