Haddam Meadows State Park, Haddam

#62 of 66 in Nature in Connecticut
Haddam Meadows State Park is a public recreation area occupying on the west bank of the Connecticut River in the town of Haddam, Connecticut. The state park offers picnicking, fishing, and a boat launch. Park trails lend access to a diversity of riverside landscapes: marsh, beach, sand bar, fern growths, meadow lands, and hardwood forest. The park was established through the donation of land in 1944 by the Edward W. Hazen Foundation. It is managed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
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  • I accidentally found this park back in February when the Ice Jams were big news. The park was spectacular, but extremely crowded that day (I understand why!) fast forward five months, and I had the wh...  more »
  • I wanted to see the Connecticut River ice jam up close from a safe location and this park was perfect. One had to walk across a muddy field from the parking lot and through a small wooded area, but th...  more »
  • Nice park. Good quality ramp. People could do better cleaning up after his/her dogs. Rough paved road. Busy launch on weekends. Many inconsiderate boaters (mostly pwc operators) making waves around ramp. Beautiful landscape and grasslands.
  • Love it here. In July and August the water is always warm. The place is pretty clean.

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