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Situated near Connecticut’s border with Massachusetts and Rhode Island lies Mashamoquet Brook State Park. This state park is filled with ancient forests and plenty of historic sites that range from grist mills to Native American sculptures. In 1899, the Daughters of the American Revolution bought the land before it was eventually turned over to the state.

Mashamoquet Brook State Park is located near towns and cities such as Killingly and Manchester. The area tends to have very chilly winters, but the summer and fall can be comfortable.

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Getting Outdoors

There are plenty of things to do outdoors while at this state park. One is hiking. Mashamoquet Brook State Park is packed with a handful of trails that wind through the forest, providing you with stunning views of the local landscape. In addition to this, the trails will take you to many of the park’s historic sites. The Mashamoquet Brook Trail is one of the most popular pathways and will take you by local streams and boulders. You might also see some wildlife exploring the grounds while hiking this trail, especially deer.

Visitors could also go birdwatching. There are quite a few species birdwatchers can keep an eye out for, like goldfinches, warblers, chickadees, woodpeckers, and nuthatches. For the best chances of seeing large flocks of them, it’s ideal to trek down one of the park’s trails and into the woods where you can often see them hunting for food or building nests.

Another activity to do at the park is fishing. The park is home to Mashamoquet Brook, which is filled with bass and shad. The best times to fish in the brook are in the late morning to early afternoon. A Connecticut fishing license is required to fish here.

Camping at Mashamoquet Brook State Park

Should you like to book an RV in Pomfret, you can choose to stay at one of the numerous RV campgrounds situated nearby. One option is Chamberlain Lake Campground. This campground offers amenities such as water, electricity, and cable. There are also hiking trails and a swimming area.

You could also keep your travel trailer at Peppertree Campground. This motorhome camping spot is open from April to October and provides many RV sites that come with amenities such as electric, water, WiFi, firewood, and picnic tables. Throughout the year, there are also many events held here, such as fireworks and potluck dinners.

Exploring the Area

For those who’d like to explore the surrounding area with their camper, you’ll find a handful of interesting attractions nearby you can venture to. In Woodstock, there’s Roseland Cottage. This historic structure was built in 1846 and is known for its Gothic architecture. It’s believed to be one of the best-preserved homes of its kind in the state and is filled with antiques and unique rooms, like an indoor bowling alley. Roseland Cottage is also surrounded by fragrant gardens that are bordered by manicured boxwoods.

About an hour away in Hartford is the Elizabeth Park Conservancy. This 102-acre city park is filled with formal gardens, most of which feature heirloom roses, tulips, and hostas. Visitors can walk down pathways and bridges lining these gardens or step inside one of the numerous historic buildings on the grounds, like a farmstead and pond house. There are also a handful of greenhouses scattered about that are used to grow rare orchids and cacti.

Visitors could also take their motorhome over to New London to check out the New London Ledge Lighthouse. Built-in 1909, this unique lighthouse resides in Block Island Sound and is known for its exquisite architecture and bright red exterior. It’s also the home of numerous myths and legends, including one of an old lighthouse keeper haunting the structure. Visitors can grab their binoculars or camera to get close-up views of the lighthouse or take a boat out to see it. There are tours available of its interior, but these usually need to be reserved ahead of time.

Another destination to visit while in the area is the Mystic Seaport Museum. Situated in the coastal town of Stonington, the museum is one of the largest of its kind in the United States and is filled with nautical artifacts that range from antique vessels to anchors. While here, visitors can also hop on the Charles W. Morgan which is believed to be one of the last wooden whaleships in existence. The museum is also home to an art gallery that showcases marine-inspired pieces. When you’re done touring the museum, head over to its Seaport Village, which is a replica of what a 19th-century seafaring town once looked like.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Mashamoquet Brook Trail, CTMashamoquet Brook State Park, CT
  • Connecticut Audubon Society Bafflin Sanctuary, CTMashamoquet Brook State Park, CT
  • Edwin Way Teale Memorial Sanctuary, CTHampton, CT
  • CCC Trail Loop, CTAshford, CT
  • Quinebaug River Trail, CTBrooklyn, CT
  • Pine Acres Lake, CTHampton, CT
  • Natchaug Trail around Pine Acres Lake, CTHampton, CT
  • West Thompson Lake and Quinebaug River, CTThompson, CT
  • Sugar Brook Loop Trail, CTPlainfield, CT
  • Rock Spring Preserve Trail, MABeaver Brook Reservation, MA

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