I’ve lived in CT all my life but never used the Rocky Neck State Park Campground until now.
The campgrounds are named after water fowl: Crane, Egret, Osprey, Heron etc...We stayed in Egret. We camped at site #4 (sunny) then moved to #38 (shady).
Both spots were quiet, music low and people minded their business. Equal mix of RVs big and small as well as many tents.
Bathhouses and toilets were not as cleaned as I would have liked but passable. Coronavirus social distancing required.
Sites include one paved parking spot (ours was very muddy) a fire pit and a picnic table. No water or electric hookup. Wi-fi not available at this campground. Fire wood is sold at camp office. There is no store in park - no ice either.
A lot of you children. Short walk to Rock Neck beach. Nature Center has movies on weekends for kids.
Anyone with kayaks can’t easily get to boat launch. It’s 4-5 miles by car at 4 mile river boat launch. See photos.