Best Parks and Camping around Somers, CT

Shenipsit State Forest

166 Chestnut Hill Road
Stafford Springs, CT
Shenipsit State Forest began in 1927 with the purchase of land at the summit of Soapstone Mountain in Somers to erect a fire tower to keep a lookou...
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Nye Holman State Forest

on Rte. 74
Tolland, CT
Activities include fishing, hiking, letterboxing, youth group camping, and hunting.
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Bigelow Hollow State Park and Nipmuck State Forest

Nipmuck State Forest and Bigelow Hollow State Park in the town of Union lie within one of the largest unbroken forest areas in Eastern Connecticut....
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The Zoo in Forest Park

302 Sumner Avenue
Springfield, MA
About us:        This zoo, featuring over 200 exotic and domestic animals, was the inspiration for Dr. Seuss and his...
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Lake Lorraine State Park

44 Lake Dr.
Springfield, MA
Lake Lorraine is a freshwater swimming area and regional boating safety training center. The lake is located in the southern Ct River valley.
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Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

Canal Rd
Suffield, CT
The 4.5 mile Windsor Locks State Park Canal Trail follows the historic towpath of this 170 plus year old historic waterway. The canal’s many ...
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Bolton Notch State Park

685 Boston Turnpike
Bolton, CT
Acres: 95  Activities: Hiking, Rock Climbing Fee:  There is no parking fee at this park.  
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Scantic River State Park

off Rte. 19
Enfield, CT
784 acre park with birding, fishing, hiking and hunting.
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Chicopee Memorial State Park

570 Burnett Rd
Chicopee, MA
Chicopee State Park, formerly the Cooley Brook Reservoir and Watershed has been developed as a high use active recreation area. The total acreage i...
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Hop River State Park Trail

20 mile linear trail passing through six towns in Eastern Connecticut
Coventry, CT
This former railroad line is now a trail that winds 20.2 miles through the towns of Manchester, Vernon, Bolton, Coventry, Andover, and Columbia.&nb...
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Robinson State Park

428 North St
Feeding Hills, MA
Robinson State Park serves as a major day use area for the Springfield region.  Donated to the state in 1934 by John C. Robinson, the facility...
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Brimfield State Forest

86 Dearth Hill Rd
Brimfield, MA
This rolling, heavily forested property has over 20 miles of roads and trails and is used primarily for hiking, walking, horseback riding and fishi...
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Nathan Hale State Forest

Case Road (between Talcott Hill Rd. and Bear Swamp Rd.)
Coventry, CT
The first purchase of this forest was in 1946, through a bequest by the late George Dudley Seymour. The original purchase of 850 acres has grown si...
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Buttery Brook Park

123 Willimansett Street, Route 33
South Hadley, MA
The Friends of Buttery Book Park was formed to help support the park created over 25 years ago in the the old Buttery Brook watershed. The group me...
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Windsor Meadows State Park

East Barber Street
Windsor, CT
Windsor Meadows State Park is a unique and quiet refuge along the Connecticut River 3.5 river miles north of Hartford.  Its main developed fea...
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Friends of Northwest Park

145 Lang Road
Windsor, CT
About Us: The Friends of Northwest Park is a volunteer, not-for-profit corporation formed in 1981 to play a leading role in development of a natur...
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Holyoke Heritage State Park

221 Appleton Street
Holyoke, MA
The park's Visitors' Center features exhibits about Holyoke's industrial history. A slide show celebrates the city's rich blend of cultures and peo...
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Nipmuck State Forest

Route 171
Union, CT
Bigelow Hollow State Park and the adjoining Nipmuck State Forest offer over 9,000 acres of recreation opportunities including miles of hiking trail...
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Dufresne Park

Route 202 and Taylor Street
Granby, MA
Park Sections: - 2 Baseball fields - 1 Softball field - 1 Soccer field - 1 Large playscape area - 2 Horse corrals with judges stands - 1 Gate...
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Riverside Park

20 Leibert Road
Hartford, CT
The park was established in 1895, with a total of seventy five acres purchased by the City of Hartford, as well as a partial lease from the Water D...
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