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Campbell Falls State Park
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Campbell Falls State Park State Line Marker © Gary Jordan
This is a concrete marker which divides Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Campbell Falls State Park Bottom Falls © Gary Jordan
Campbell Falls State Park Upper Falls © Gary Jordan
Campbell Falls State Park Park Entrance Parking © Gary Jordan
Campbell Falls State Park Campbell Falls in Winter © Charles W. Strong
Black and white photograph of Campbell Falls taken in January 2006 on BW film scanned to digital
Campbell Falls State Park Campbell Falls © Gary Jordan
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385 Burr Mountain Road
Torrington, Connecticut   06790

Phone: 860-482-1817
Toll Free: 866-287-2757
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Visit a Connecticut State Park or Forest and explore the wealth of diverse natural areas and unique features that will make your experience memorable.
History of the Area
Campbell Falls State Park Reserve was a gift to the State of Connecticut and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from the White Memorial Foundation of Litchfield Connecticut. The Whiting River, rising in Massachusetts falls nearly 100 feet before entering Connecticut. The park was placed under protection of the two states in 1923 and special laws were passed in 1924 to authorize the cooperation in care and maintenance of the park.
Connecticut has made state parks, forests, trails, historic sites and beaches more accessible to our residents so they can enjoy the many attractions and beauty they offer. Under the Passport to the Parks program, parking fees are now eliminated at Connecticut State Parks for those with Connecticut registered vehicles. You can view the CONNECTICUT PASSPORT TO THE PARKS web page to learn more.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
November 17 Wonderful, peaceful waterfall
park review stars; one to five We viewed Campbell Falls in October and loved the peaceful place. Our only problem is we used the address given above in our GPS and ended up at Burr Pond/State Park. Can the address be changed above? We should have just followed the directions given.
July 21 A surprisingly nice walk and waterfall by Ted Spickler
park review stars; one to five This park is almost a secret! No signs anywhere except at the entrance to two small parking areas and trail identification. A steep path goes down into the woods (5 minute walk) to the base of the falls. Dramatic and quite lovely. Highly recommended for a short yet rewarding experience.
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