Rocky Neck State Park’s swimming area was closed Tuesday due to a poor water quality report from CT DEEP.
While we are currently in a pandemic, there are still ways to safely have some fun this summer thanks to all the amazing attractions found right here in New England.
For the past week, RV campers have been allowed in state campgrounds. As of Wednesday morning, tent campers can now join them. The important change being that the public restrooms are now open.
Beaches, barbecues and get-together’s are traditional parts of the holiday weekend. But with the Covid-19 pandemic, this year will be different.
To encourage social distancing and to reduce coronavirus spread, some Connecticut beaches are either closed or are open with restrictions.
With nice weather forecast for this weekend, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) anticipates several state parks will reach capacity and be closed for the day, as has been the case on nice weather days over the last several weeks, particularly on weekends.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) State Parks is offering free, guided hikes in many state parks on New Year’s Day.
A special visitor at the Meigs Point Nature Center in Madison on Thursday.
Connecticut park officials are offering free guided hikes in 10 state parks to mark the start of the New Year.
As you’re plotting out your summer beach trips to Hammonasset, some Southern Connecticut State University students have been spending the last year plotting out the topography of the beach.