Mooween State Park

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Mooween State Park

Connecticut

(860) 424-3200

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Things To Do

Overview

The park is a former boys camp. The name "Mooween" means brown bear in Algonquin. Located on the eastern side of Red Cedar Lake, noted for fishing and boating activities. Several points of interest on the trails include the remains of the former boys camp and the foundation and chimney stack of the 300-year old Granny Austin Tavern.

Map of Mooween (CT)

Latitude, Longitude: 41.561256, -72.233874

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Activities

  • Boating

    Paddle boating is a very popular activity on Red Cedar Lake.

  • Fishing

    Fishing on Red Cedar Lake has been enjoyed for many years by visitors and campers at what was formerly a boy's camp.

  • Hiking

    Several trails throughout the park make for great hiking.

  • Historic Sites

    Several points of interest on the trails include the remains of the former boys camp and the foundation and chimney stack of the 300-year old Granny Austin Tavern.

  • Water Sports

    Swimming is the perfect way to spend a hot summer's day on Red Cedar Lake.

Directions

Driving

From FitchvilleBozrah, CT driving directions to Camp Moween Rd 5.0 mi -- about 9 mins 1. Head west on Fitchville Rd toward River Rd 2.5 mi 2. Continue on Norwich Ave 1.7 mi 3. Turn left at Camp Moween Rd 0.7 mi 4. Turn left to stay on Camp Moween Rd 308 ft

Phone Numbers

Primary

(860) 424-3200

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