Lake Waramaug State Park


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Campground Description

There are 77 sites in wooded and open settings available in the Lake Waramaug Campground. The camping season begins the weekend before Memorial Day Weekend and ends September 30.
Contact: State Government
Posted by: TrailAPI on December 4, 2012
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    Campground Activities

    Administrative Office, Biking - Road, Boating, Canoeing - Lake/Pond, Concession Stand, Convenience Store, Dump Station, Fishing - Freshwater, Fishing Supplies, Group Picnicking, Ice Machine, Parking, Picnic Area, Picnic Tables, Picnicing, Pit Toilet, Public Drinking Water Taps, Ranger Station, Recycling Center, Restroom, Scuba Diving, Showers, Swimming, Water Drinking, Grocery Store, Restaurant, Hospital

    Campground Amenities

    Concessions, dump station, bathrooms, showers. NO pets.

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    Camping Fees

    $17/night to $27/night for nonresidents plus processing fee.

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    Reviews of Lake Waramaug State Park

    Reviewed by Debbie Matthews on December 27, 2015

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    Lake Waramaug is absolutely beautiful, especially in the morning. Campsites are too open, there is not much privacy. Restrooms were not well taken care of, lack of tp is a huge problem. Local area is very pretty, many quaint villages.
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