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Gardner Lake State Park


Gardner Lake State Park


View from the shore of Gardner Lake

Gardner Lake State Park is one of Connecticut’s small but important park locations in the southeastern part of the state. At only nine and three quarter acres, this park principally provides boating and recreational access to the 528 acre Gardner Lake.


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The possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited at Gardner Lake State Park.

Link to Purchase a State Park Season Pass

Content last updated June 2018