Wildwood State Park comprises 600 acres of undeveloped hardwood forest terminating on the high bluff overlooking Long Island Sound. Trailer and tent sites are available for campers. Swimmers can take advantage of the cool waters of the Sound, and picnickers can relax at shaded picnic tables as their children enjoy the nearby playground. Visitors can fish and use the hiking and cross-country ski trails. Fall Festival will be held on September 25, 2010.

A friend and I went mid September. Many trails to walk and really enjoyed it here. However, we both got poison oak! Stayed on the trails the whole time.

4 months ago

Yellow trail. Listed as 3.8 miles. Wide paths. Relatively flat. Lots of wild life. On northeast end, outcrop where you can walk to near edge of cliff and get great views of the sound.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Free parking after hours and great views of the sound from the bluffs. Very easy trail and often very wide. However, the trails could be better marked.


Monday, January 16, 2017

Easy trail, nice views looking out over the bluffs to Long Island Sound...
Be weary of ticks during warm months

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Nice place for a very tame hike but the ticks are relentless here. The views of the Sound at the beach is great but hiking wasn't what we thought it would be....

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Very nice but I got like 3 ticks

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

I went early in the season, and it was pretty quiet - though I hear the camp fills up with families in peak season. Good amenities and a nice spot for car camping - and a nice train ride out if you take the LIRR.

A few trails that loop around through the woods, and a nice long stretch of beach too. I didn't have any issue w/ ticks, but I wouldn't recommend heading out without plenty of DDT for yourself and permethrin on your gear.

Monday, August 26, 2013

This was our last camping trip with the old tent in 2007. We hiked around in the woods. The kids were young and enjoyed the wildlife and plants. What we didn't enjoy were the ticks.

Monday, May 16, 2011

We have been going camping here every summer for as long as I can remember. There are some hiking trails which are marked and easy to follow. There are never crowds.You can even go off the trail a little and see the sound. We have seen deer and even packed a lunch in a backpack and stopped to have lunch. The kids love it. We always make hiking part of our camping trip.

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