Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters

Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters

The Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters location is in Thomaston, Connecticut
6787. This page provides detailed contact information for this campground location including the campground phone number, office hours, reservation information and driving directions.

If you have any questions about the Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters facility, or if you need to reserve a campsite, then call the campground listed below.

Route 254


Phone number


Campground information Thomaston, Connecticut


Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters are located along a small scenic lake in the Naugatuck Valley of west-central Connecticut.

Naugatuck Valley boasts picturesque small towns, rolling hills and industry and where public recreation is valued. On warm summer evenings, people gather at the park to enjoy hiking, picnicking and other outdoor activities.


The recreation area provides two picnic shelters that can be reserved for group events in spring, summer and early fall, though guests are invited to walk the park during daylight hours any time of year.

The park gives visitors an easy time of relaxing and having fun in nature. A 1.7-mile long hiking trail follows the brook upstream and up the forested hillside. Anglers seek out stocked trout, as well as warm water fish naturally found in the lake, such as bass.

Children and families can learn about natural resources and water safety by attending educational programs given by park rangers on weekends.


The facility provides the setting and amenities for large groups gatherings. Each of two picnic shelters can each be reserved for up to 100 people. The park also has picnic tables, grills and horseshoe pits.

Natural Features

The 208 acres of undeveloped public land at Northfield Brook Lake are managed for recreation, forest and wildlife. The mixed pine and hardwood forest presents a brilliant backdrop of colors during fall foliage season.

Wildlife is abundant in the reservoir area. White-tailed deer, beaver, red fox, raccoon, gray squirrel and cottontail rabbits either live in or visit project lands. Birds spotted at the lake include Canada geese, wood ducks, great blue heron, osprey and American kestrel.

Nearby Attractions

The small town of Thomaston has grocery stores, restaurants and gas stations. Visitors might also enjoy going for a short drive through the scenic Northwest Hills of Connecticut and the quaint New England towns of Litchfield and Goshen.

Frequently Asked Questions About Route 254 Thomaston, CT

How do I make a reservation with Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters?

To make reservations at Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters, you can call the office at 860-283-5540.

Where is Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters located?

The Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters is located at Route 254 in Thomaston,
. This is the location you will need to go to for camping and information.

Does Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters have tent or RV camping?

Northfield Brook Lake Group Shelters offers both tent and RV camping, but to confirm you will need to call the office at 860-283-5540 to make sure things haven’t changed.

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