Limit Placed on CT Shoreline Park Campers

New Haven Register: A number of campers who overstayed their welcome at the state’s two shoreline parks prompted the state to enforce a law that limits camping stays to 21 days, much to the dismay of some avid campers.

According to Tom Tyler, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s state parks director, the law passed in 1969 by the General Assembly limits camping stays at Hammonasset Beach and Rocky Neck state parks, in Madison and East Lyme, respectively, to 21 days per year.

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