George Waldo State Park enjoys 150 acres of undeveloped, topographically diverse land in southwest Connecticut. A trail of about 7/10 mile leads from Purchase Brook Road to the shore of Lake Lillinonah, drops 140 feet across its length and passes through mixed deciduous and coniferous total forest cover to the water's edge. Look for wetlands by the trailhead and stone walls away from the trail.

The trail was in good shape. We were following the red trail but somewhere along the way, we ended up on a yellow trail and we hiked 4.95 miles instead of the 3 miles as stated. At the end, I jumped into the river which was an excellent end to our long hike.

Pleasant trails that loop up and around the state park. Nice water front area to eat lunch or swim. Took me about 2 hours to cruise through all the trails.

great place to hike or mountain bike. very well marked with great views of the Housatonic River.

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