Wharton Brook State Park


Wharton Brook State Park is a park located off U.S. Route 5 in the area between the towns of North Haven and Wallingford in Connecticut. The park contains a medium sized lake fed by Wharton Brook. Fishing and swimming are permitted at the park, and there are several large picnic areas. The park is a Connecticut designated trout park, and is stocked several times per year with trout. Blue herons and other wildlife are often seen. Sleeping Giant State Park is located two miles to the west. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Natural Heritage / State parks

  1. Wharton Brook State Park

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. North Branford
  2. North Haven (Connecticut)
  3. North Haven (condado de New Haven, Connecticut)
  4. Stonington (Connecticut)
  5. Cheshire (Connecticut)
  6. Cheshire Village
  7. North Stonington
  8. Wallingford (Connecticut)
  9. Wallingford Center
  10. North Branford, Connecticut

Census-designated places

  1. Pawcatuck


  1. Stonington (condado de New London, Connecticut)


  1. Condado de New Haven


  1. Jardín Botánico Marsh
  2. Paier College of Art

Public high schools

  1. Lyman Hall High School


  1. Mill River (Connecticut)

Other interest places

  1. 1878 Wallingford tornado
  2. Quinnipiac University School of Law

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