Beaver Brook is one of Connecticut’s undeveloped ‘scenic reserve‘ parks. The main feature is the 20 acre Bibbins Pond which is a stocked fishing area and has a rocky carry-in boat launch.
While there are no maintained trails, there is a rough path heading west of the pond into the woods. It was blazed at one point in time and fades away close to private property along the western border of the park. With a little bushwhacking it is also possible to walk around the pond. The northern Chaplin section of the park is adjacent to the Air Line Trail.
Should this park ever be developed, it would be a great to formally link the pond, Beaver Brook, and the Air Line Trail into one network.
Established as a park in 1955, Beaver Brook State Park is a gift to the people of Connecticut from the George Dudley Seymour Trust.
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