Connecticut’s First Universally Accessible State Park Is Like A Dream Come True

Connecticut has more than 100 beautiful state parks. They boast wonderful sandy beaches, picturesque forests, and even fascinating historic sites. Today’s featured natural area is a true gem that everyone can enjoy. Stratton Brook State Park was established in 1949 and became Connecticut’s first universally accessible state park in 1996.

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Which state park is your go-to spot for outdoor fun? Check out some more of our state parks here.