Stratton Brook State Park

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Stratton Brook State Park

Connecticut

(860) 242-1158

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Overview

Stratton Brook State Park is a park in Hartford County, Connecticut. It is a completely wheelchair accessible park offering swimming, picnicking and interpretive programs in a beautifully wooded setting. There are separate weekend/holiday and weekday fees over here. This park is a designated Trout Park. It is open from 8 a.m. to sunset. Pets on a leash are permitted in picnic areas and on hiking trails but are not allowed on the beach.

Map of Stratton Brook (CT)

Latitude, Longitude: 41.865616, -72.832038

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Activities

  • Bicycling

    The railroad tracks have been replaced by an impressive bike trail shaded by white pines and traveling over scenic brooks.

  • Fishing

    The park is a designated trout park, so the brook is stocked with trout consistently.

  • Hiking

    The beautiful wooded setting and paved rails to trails make Stratton Brook State Park an excellent place for a hike. The park is completely wheelchair accessible.

  • Picnicking

    Bathrooms, picnic tables, and picnic shelters make this park a comfortable and beautiful place for a picnic.

  • Water Sports

    Swimming is a popular activity on hot summer days.

  • Winter Sports

    Cross-country-skiing, snowshoeing, and ice skating are popular winter activities at the park.

Seasonality/Weather

The park is open from 8 a.m. to sunset.

Directions

Driving

From the south and east: take I-91 north, Exit 36 (Route 178). Take a left at the end of the exit ramp onto Route 178 west. At the intersection of Route 178 and Route 185, turn right onto Route 185. Follow Route 185 to the intersection of Routes 10 and 202. Turn right onto Routes 10 and 202 north; go 1.8 miles to the intersection of Route 309. Turn left onto Route 309. Follow Route 309 for 1.6 miles to Stratton Brook on the left. From the north: take I-91 south, Exit 40 (Route 20 west). Follow Route 20 west to the center of Granby. At the intersection of Routes 10 and 202, turn left onto Routes 10 and 202. Follow Routes 10 and 202 for 6.1 miles to the junction of Route 309. Turn right onto Route 309, and then follow Route 309 for 1.6 miles to Stratton Brook on the left. From the west: take Route 44 east to the intersection of Routes 10 and 202. Turn left onto Routes 10 and 202 and follow for 4.6 miles to the intersection of Route 309. Turn left onto Route 309 and follow Route 309 for 1.6 miles to Stratton Brook on the left.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(860) 242-1158

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