Connecticut RV Camping
Connecticut RV Camping
Connecticut RV Camping and Campgrounds
Connecticut has a wide variety of RV camping locations with spectacular scenery, solitude, and interesting history. Public lands and private RV parks and campgrounds offer a wide range of camping facilities from full service RV hookup campsites to more primitive camping locations.
Connecticut RV Parks and Campgrounds
Connecticut RV Camping Information
RV Dump Stations In Connecticut
Free RV Camping
RV parking is permitted in state rest areas. Private property may offer some free overnight RV parking locations with permission.
Rest area eastbound I-84. Overnight RV parking with dump station.
Rest area northbound I-91. Overnight parking with RV dump station.
Rest area eastbound I-84. Overnight RV parking with RV dump station.
Rest area southbound I-91. Overnight RV parking with RV dump station.
Rest area east and westbound I-84. Overnight RV parking with RV dump station.
Public Connecticut RV Camping
RV camping is available at many Connecticut State Parks, Connecticut State Forests, and USACE (US Army Corps of Engineers) lake facilities. The following list shows only a few examples of available public RV camping opportunities in Connecticut.
Just 2 miles north of Baltic is the Salt Rock Campground. RV camping is available at 71 campsites. Swimming pool and RV dump station.
Unravel an age-old geologic mystery and decide for yourself where the name of Devil’s Hopyard State Park originated. 21 wooded campsites suitable for RV camping have cooking
grills, picnic tables, picnic shelters, and vault toilets.
North of Kent, RV camping is available at the Macedonia Brook State Park.This park is managed as a natural area, and minimal facility development. 51 campsites are available for RV camping.
Not far from New Preston is the Lake Waramug State Park. RV camping is available at the park’s 77 campsites. Bathrooms, Food Concession, Picnic Tables, Showers and Swimming are available.
Just a few miles south of Pomfret is Mashamoquet Brook State Park.RV camping at over 50 campsites in two campgrounds. Outdoor recreation activities include hiking, picnicking, and fishing.
The Housatonic River helps make Kettletown State Park a great Connecticut RV camping destination. With 68 open and wooded campsites, fishing, hiking, and swimming activities are available for your family RV camping trip.
RV camping is allowed at West Thompson Lake. This area is managed by USACE (US Army Corps of Engineers) and is popular with fishermen and campers. Seasonal use campground. Snowmobile use allowed in winter.
Eastern Connecticut is home to Pachaug State Forest. RV camping is permitted within the forest at designated campgrounds.Horseback riding, hiking, and more outdoor recreation opportunities are available.
A short distance north of Watertown is the Black Rock State Park. RV camping is available at the park campgrounds . Hiking, biking, wildlife watching, fishing, and of course Connecticut RV camping at any of the 96 campsites are only some of the outdoor activities available.