Lake Waramaug State Park



Lake Waramaug State Park is a public recreation area that extends roughly 95 acres. Its name derives from the Native American Chief of the Wyantenock tribe who made the Park’s lake his summer residence. In 1920, the land surrounding Lake Waramaug was purchased by Connecticut and turned into an official State Park for local residents to use. Today, the Park is known for its great campgrounds and picturesque scenery, spanning the towns of New Preston, Kent, and Warren.