Natchaug State Forest

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Campground Description

The backpack camping zones offer primitive campsites with few facilities. Although several have Adirondack-type camp shelters of limited capacity, campers are advised to bring their own tents. Also, drinking water is not provided except at approved state park and forest wells. All hikers are requested to stay on the established trails and to respect the rights and property of landowners on and adjacent to the trail. The backpacking trails are provided for the true backpacker only and therefore the length of stay at any one location is limited to one night. The campsites are available year round, barring unusual or severe weather conditions.
Contact: State Government
Posted by: TrailAPI on December 5, 2012
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    Campground Activities

    Back-country camping only. Camping stoves only for cooking; some sites have established fire rings. Groups of ten or less only. NO pets.

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    Reservation info

    Contact the Connecticut DEEP office for camping permits: DEEP Eastern District Office 209 Hebron Rd. Marlborough, CT 06447 (860) 295-9523

    Camping Fees

    Call (860) 295-9523 for permit/fee information.

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