The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection reports that the following state parks have reached parking capacity and are closed to new vehicles:
- Pattaconk Lake Recreation Area in Cockaponset State Forest in Chester
- Miller’s Pond State Park in Durham
- Gardner Lake State Park, and Gardner Lake boat launch in Salem
- Wadsworth Falls State Park in Middletown
- Squantz Pond State Park in New Fairfield
- Burr Pond State Park in Torrington
- Rocky Neck State Park in East Lyme
- Mount Tom State Park in Litchfield
- Quaddick State Park in Thompson
- Bigelow Hollow State Park in Union
- Indian Well State Park in Shelton
- Black Rock State Park in Watertown
- Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison
- Lake Waramaug State Park in New Preston
- Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford
- Hopeville Pond State Park in Griswold
- Green Falls Recreation Area in Pachaug State Forest
- Kent Falls State Park in Kent
Additionally, Squantz Pond State Park in New Fairfield is also not accepting walk-ins.
As for city beaches, Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven is full to capacity and closed to new vehicles. News 8 was on scene where the entrance was closed off by police.
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