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Woodstock, Connecticut Campgrounds and RV Parks

This small, northeastern city is beautiful year round, but during the fall its trees fade from green into hues of oranges and yellows. With two nearby state parks and a recreation area, Woodstock is a great place to visit. There are plenty of outside opportunities for hiking and mountain biking, as well as hunting and fishing – there are several nearby lakes and streams. After a day outdoors or visiting one of the local attractions, head over to one of Woodstock’s campgrounds or RV Parks.

Tucked inside Nipmuck State Forest, Bigelow Hollow State Park offers several outdoor activities. The park is a part of the Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Heritage Corridor, which makes up the largest continuous forests in Connecticut. With several other forests, there are nearly 40,000 acres of woods. The park is considered remote, so there are plenty of places to get purposely lost. There are more than 35 miles of trails. Breakneck Pond also offers up fishing, though it can only be accessed by foot. Bigelow Pond has a boat dock, if you want to enjoy a day of ripping up the waves.

Natchaug State Forest is just to the south and offers up a nice variety of outdoor activities, as well. The Solair Recreation League is to the north and offers some of its own unique activities.

Updated November 11,