Yes, camping is allowed in several state forests in Connecticut. However, not all state forests offer camping facilities, and some may require a permit or have specific regulations. Some popular Connecticut state forests with camping options include: 1. American Legion State Forest - Offers campsites along the Farmington River with access to hiking and fishing. 2. Paugussett State Forest - Provides primitive camping options and access to hiking trails. 3. Natchaug State Forest - Offers camping at the Natchaug State Forest Campground, with access to hiking, fishing, and horseback riding. It's essential to check the specific regulations and requirements of the state forest you plan to visit before camping. You can find more information on the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection website.