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Litchfield Hills Region
Housatonic Meadows State Park
Housatonic Meadows State Park Campground site 24 © Gary Jordan
This site 24 is about 30 from the Housatonic River.
Housatonic Meadows State Park Housatonic River © Gary Jordan
Lowest water level in many years.
HOUSATONIC MEADOWS STATE PARK
HOUSATONIC MEADOWS STATE PARK
159 Macedonia Brook Road
Kent, Connecticut   06757

Phone: 860-672-6772
Toll Free: 866-287-2757
Reservations: 860-672-6772
Email:
Camping under the tall pines on the riverbank at Housatonic Meadows evokes a genuine back-to-nature feeling. The clear, cold river water also provides a fine opportunity for fly fishermen to test their skills on trout and bass.
History of the Area
Located in the rock-strewn valley of the Housatonic River amid the rugged hills of the northwestern uplands, Housatonic Meadows is an ideal setting for a variety of outdoor recreational activities. Camping under the tall pines on the riverbank gives the overnight visitor a genuine back-to-nature feeling. The clear, cold river water also provides a fine opportunity for fly fishermen to test their skills on trout and bass. A two-mile stretch of river (including the park shore) is limited to fly fishing.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Day-UseFishingyes
 Hiking Trailyes
 Swimming Beachyes
BoatingLaunch Rampsyes
CampingPrimativeyes
WinterActivitiesyes
Camping
Housatonic Meadow Campground offers 95 sites in a rustic setting near the Housatonic River. The camping season begins in mid-April and ends December 31.




Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
September 5 As perfect as you can get. by William Pardue
My wife and I have camped there for years. The mountains are right behind it for hiking and the river is just in front for kayaking anc canoeing. Close by is beautiful Kent with its art galleries as well as Kent Falls. Just driving up along the river on route 7 is worth the trip.
October 3 great camping by Gary Jordan
This is a great place to camp right on the Housatonic River (fly fishing only; catch and release). Visit my pictures on this site.
July 2 A Family Favorite
I grew up camping at this campground with a group of families for over 25 years. The group has disbanded but now my husband and I go with friends. It is great to be back!

Area Campgrounds
Cozy Hills Campground
1311 Route 202 Bantam Road
Bantam, CT
860-567-2119
Lone Oak Campsites
360 Norfolk Road
East Canaan, CT
Hemlock Hill Camp Resort
118 Hemlock Hill Road
Litchfield, CT
860-567-2267
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Directions
From the North ? Great Barrington or Pittsfield, MA areas: travel south on Route 7 into Sharon, CT. The park is located along Route 7 in the Town of Sharon approximately 3 miles south of the West Cornwall Covered Bridge and approximately 2 miles north of the intersection with Route 4.

From the South ? Greater Danbury area: travel north on Route 7 into Sharon, CT. The park is located along Route 7 approximately 2 miles north of the intersection with Route 4 and approximately 3 miles south of the West Cornwall Covered Bridge.

From the East ? Hartford area: travel west on I-84, take Exit 39. Continue west on Route 4. From Cornwall Bridge after crossing the Housatonic River, turn north on Route 7. The park is located in Sharon, CT along Route 7, approximately 2 miles north of the intersection with Route 4.

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