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Lake Waramaug State Park is located in western Connecticut, between the towns and cities of Waterbury, Kent, and New Milford. This idyllic state park lies in one of the most scenic areas of Connecticut, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Visitors come from miles around to escape into the picturesque isolation of Lake Waramaug State Park and the lake that gives the park its name. The array of lakeside recreation Lake Waramaug State Park offers makes it the perfect place to bring an RV rental in either the summer or winter months. Navigating and accessing the park with a rental RV is simple enough, as Highway 341 passes along the northern boundaries of the park.
Rent a camper near Lake Waramaug State Park, and you too can enjoy the plethora of activities this charming park has to offer. Search for an RV in Litchfield County and see what Lake Waramaug State Park can offer you.
The main attraction at Lake Waramaug State Park is, of course, the lake itself. Keen fishermen and women will be pleased to hear that Lake Wararmaug is a haven for anglers. The lake is home to a variety of fish species, each one providing excellent sport. The lake is home to both cold water and warm water fisheries, meaning Lake Waramaug State Park campers can try their hand at catching largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, perch, pike, and a variety of trout. Lake Waramaug also offers the ideal place for ice fishing during the winter months.
Along with the great fishing on Waramaug Lake, visitors will also have a fantastic time boating out on the water. The lake and state park provide several boat launching ramps, making accessing the water a breeze. Covering nearly six-hundred acres, kayaking and canoeing are great ways to explore the length and breadth of the lake. Those motorhome camping without their own boats should not worry. Lake Waramaug State Park rents out a verity of water going vessels such as canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards, all for a reasonable price.
Lake Waramaug State Park is not only centered around Lake Waramaug. The park itself has a network of hiking trails that take campers through some of the most scenic parts of the park and western Connecticut itself. The trails crisscross from Lake Waramaug State Park, through the Iron Mountain Reservation, and right up to the Connecticut - New York state borders. This picturesque land is an Eden for hikers and campers and is also the ideal place to catch glimpses of the wildlife surrounding the park.
Those camping with an RV at Lake Waramaug State Park will be limited when it comes to camping directly inside the state park itself. This being said, campsites accommodating RV campgrounds can be found within a short drive of Lake Waramaug State Park. ‘Cozy Hills Campground’ offers an ideal alternative to the state park campgrounds. Full hookups are provided here, and these include a 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookup. Facilities include a dump station, shower block, and a basketball court. Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash at all times.
‘Valley in the Pines Campground’ is also a great choice for camping near Lake Waramaug State Park. Full hookups are provided here, including 20, 30, and 50 amp electric, along with an on-site swimming pool. Many of the sites here are pull-thru, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome.
Only an hour’s drive east will take campers to the city of Hartford, Connecticut’s capital, and a hive of activity. When in the city of Hartford, be sure to visit the Mark Twain House & Museum. This museum is the former home of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name, Mark Twain. Noted as the father of American literature, Mark Twain and his family lived in this house from 1871 to 1891. Visitors can take a tour around the famous author’s home and view many hundreds of Mark Twain related artifacts collected and donated to the museum.
Campers with young children may wish to visit the ‘Connecticut Science Center’ in the city of Hartford. The center is designed to both educate children and entertain them at the same time. This ‘learn through play’ approach allows children to absorb the information presented to them in a fun way. The museum has a wide range of exhibits that display the workings of all aspects of science. The center is also home to a butterfly greenhouse, here the children can encounter the wonders of nature as new butterflies emerge from their cocoons. This is a must-see museum when in the city of Hartford.
Those campers who have an interest in history should visit the ‘Museum of Connecticut’ in Hartford. This museum focuses on Connecticut’s political, military, and industrial history, and how this has shaped not only the state but the nation as a whole. Exhibits include the Freedom Trail Quilt Project, where quilts depicting the freedom trial are presented in different designs. Or the Liberties & Legends exhibit, where the history of the state is presented, along with the State Constitutions of 1818 and 1964 and Connecticut’s copy of the United States Bill of Rights. This museum will keep even the most well-read history enthusiast entranced.