Mashamoquet Brook State Park

Mashamoquet Brook State Park


Location:5 miles southwest of Putnam on Route 44.
Facilities:20 wooded campsites and 35 open campsites (campgrounds open mid-April through September; available for youth camping), showers, bathrooms, picnic shelters, picnic tables, nature trail.
Activities:Camping, fishing, swimming, hiking.
Special Features:Park was formed by combining three smaller parks: Mashamoquet Brook, Wolf Den, and Saptree Run. The region was once the domain of the Mohegan chief Uncas.
Address:147 Wolf Den Dr
Pomfret Center, CT 06259

Phone:860-928-6121
Web: www.dep.state.ct.us/stateparks/parks/mashamoquet.htm
Size: 860 acres.

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Among Mashamoquet Brook State Park's walking destinations is the Wolf's Den, by legend the spot where the last wolf in New England was slain by Israel Putnam, a Revolutionary War general.