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Get in touch with Mother Nature at the West Rock Ridge State Park in New Haven County, Connecticut. This 1,533-acre park covers a wide area that includes the cities of New Haven, Woodbridge and Hamden. The park was named after the 400-foot long traprock ?West Rock Ridge. The park is part of an even larger protected area that encompasses state and municipal-owned lands.

The park is a premiere recreational site for people who want to experience the Connecticut countryside and wild outdoors. The park offers a breathtaking vistas of the New Haven metro and suburbs. The park?s highlights include the Judges Cave, a historic site; Regicides Trail, a 7-mile forest trail; and Lake Wintergreen. Other activities that outdoor lovers can do here are fishing, biking, horseback riding, dog walking, car-top boating, picnicking, camping, cross-country skiing, rock climbing, photography, and hiking.
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