Description - *This information was provided by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection*
This park is a designated "walk-in" facility. Parking is available at the entrance.
Seth Low Pierrepont State Park Reserve was a gift to the Connecticut State Park and Forest Commission from Seth Low Pierrepont upon his death in 1956. Mr. Pierrepont was a millionaire and ex-diplomat who served as a United States official in Lisbon, Rome, Paris, Santiago and Chile. He also worked as chief of the American Division of the State Department. Mr. Pierrepont purchased the estate from the Scott family in the early 1930's.
- Seth Low Pierrepont State Park Reserve offers car top boat launch facilities.
Recreation - Boating, hiking, and fishing are all activities avaliable at Seth Low Pierrepont State Park Reserve.
Climate - The climate of this state involves a moderate amount of humidity, heat and cold. Summer highs reach 90 degrees F with low temperatures near 65 degrees. Evenings near the water can become cool and light jackets and sweaters are recommended. Winter temperatures average in the mid thirties during the day and in the teens at night. Rarely do temperatures dip to zero, especially in the southern portion of the state, where the water influences the more temperate weather.
From I-84: take Exit 3 (Route 7 Exit). Go south on Route 7, bear right onto Route 35 south. Follow Route 35 to Route 116 north (see below).
From Ridgefield: go north onto Route 116 for 2.2 miles, then turn right onto Barlow Mountain Road, which brings you right into Seth Low Pierrepont State Park Reserve.