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Greater New Haven Region
Wharton Brook State Park
Wharton Brook State Park late fall fishing © craig m zacarelli
fly fisher in pond at wharton brook in North Haven CT.
Wharton Brook State Park Wharton Brook fed Lake © Gary Jordan
This small lake privides a swimming area in the summer months. Wharton Brook State Park is a designated Trout Park.
WHARTON BROOK STATE PARK
WHARTON BROOK STATE PARK
200 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, Connecticut   06518

Phone: 203-789-7498
Toll Free: 866-287-2757
Email:
Located on wooded, sandy knolls, Wharton Brook offers solitude for a quiet, peaceful picnic.
History of the Area
In 1918-1920, this Park was known as a traveler's wayside; motorists could stop to have their cars serviced and enjoy a quiet picnic lunch. The park was the forerunner of the rest areas developed by the State Department of Transportation.
Nearby Accommodations
BBs / Inns
Located in the shoreline village of Madison, CT, the Inn offers a cozy and elegant atmosphere of antiques and estate furniture.
16.5 miles from park*



Things To Do in the Area
Boating
Explore the Connecticut River aboard the R/V River Quest, an environmentally friendly 64', 60 passenger vessel docked at Eagle Landing State Park, Haddam, CT.
15.4 miles from park*
CT Bike Tours.Com, LLC - GUILFORD, CT
Family Outting
Our Shoreline Bike Boat Tour is a leisurely paced guided ride along the coast on gently rolling hills. We combine it with a narrated 45 minute boat tour of the lovely Thimble Islands. If you have your own bikes and helmets, bring them. Custom guided rides are also available. Minimum age allowed is 16 yrs. old. The bicycle guide, boat tour, bikes, helmets and refreshments are all provided, all you need is your energy
4.5 miles from park*

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews

Area Campgrounds
Totoket Valley RV Park
244 Foxon Road
North Branford, CT
203-484-0099
Booking.com

Directions
From I-91 (north or south): take Exit 13. Take a left at the end of the long exit ramp onto Route 5 south. Park entrance is a tenth of a mile on the left.

Connecticut
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Connecticut State Parks

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