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Come to New England\'s Nutmeg State and share in a world of beautiful beaches, rolling hills, picturesque lodgings, fascinating history and incredible casino excitement. You will find an array of Connecticut lodging, including historic inns, cozy B&Bs, as well as fantastic hotels close to the state\'s cities and casinos.

Connecticut has a variety of destinations including the beautiful Litchfield Hills, Housatonic River and Connecticut River Valley; cities with history such as Hartford, New Haven, Danbury, New London, Mystic, and Waterbury. Connecticut\'s diversity is reflected in the variety of state parks, beaches, quaint village greens, and hiking and biking trails.Connecticut, southernmost of the six New England states, is easy to reach. Its capital, Hartford, is about 100 miles from either New York City or Boston.

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Sterling park was purchased by the Henry family in 2002. The Henry's are avid campers and as so run the campground from the perspective of being a camper. We don't run things like most campgrounds we feel we do things better. Sterling Park Campground sits on approximately 60 acres 50 of which can and is in the process of being used for expansion The existing campground 10 acres accommodates 160 campsites with additional sites being added as they are completed. We have wooded, open and grassy sites something for everyone. Come by and visit if you like what you see camp for a night, weekend, vacation or for the season stay awhile and watch us grow or stay and grow with us. Sterling Park is located 20 Min from Foxwoods & Mohegan Sun. We have Heated Pools . Fishing Pond . Snack Shack . Camp Store. Nature Trail . Miniature Golf . Horseshoes . Craft Hour . Friday Night At The Movies . Saturday Night DJ . Planned Activities . Hayrides . Indoor Rec. Hall . Cable T.V. Phone . Full Hook - Ups . Rental Cabins & Trailers . Seasonal Sites Available. We are Members of the Connecticut Campground Owners Association, Arvc, North East Campground Owners Association. Directions: Take Exit 89 off Connecticut Turnpike (395) North or South. Take left at the bottom of the ramp onto Route 14 East. At the stop sign take a left (Rt 14 east). Approximately 6 miles from the highway turn left onto Gibson Hill Rd (across from Oneco Commons. Sterling Park Campground is located 1 mile up on the left side. We are 6 miles from Rt 395 and 1/2 mile from the Connecticut - Rhode Island State Line.

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