Few People Know You Can Now Visit Connecticut’s Stunning State Parks For Free

We have some stunning state parks here in the Nutmeg state, but many of us would forgo the beauty they have to offer, just because of the parking fees that were charged. As of now, access to every one of Connecticut’s state parks is free to residents. Let’s look at how the launch of the Passport to Parks Program is changing the way Nutmeggers can utilize all that our magnificent state parks have to offer.

Are you excited about these changes to Connecticut’s state parks? Do you plan on visiting many more of them now that parking is free? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Take a closer look at Connecticut’s very first state park in this previous article.