Indian Well State Park - Kayaking
Indian Well State Park is great for those who are love to kayak and have some experience on under their belt, but the western banks of the Housatonic is also a amazing place for learners who want some thrill and experience. The Housatonic River from the Indian Well State Park is quite beautiful in scenery.
Indian Well State Park is located on the Western Banks of the Housatonic river. Within the state of Connecticut Indian Well State Park is located halfway between Stevenson Dam and Derby Dam, which is 3.0 miles from either Dam.
Destination Distance From Downtown
Indian Well State Park is rated 3 stars in difficult because it is located on the west bank of the Housatonic River. This causes for difficulty to be varied for different leveled skilled paddle boaters. All paddle boating is done on the banks of the Housatonic River and is subject to tide changes, high currents on days where the weather isn't fair or clear, and dangerous without a life preserver.
Time To Complete
Paddle boating at Indian Well State Park takes about an hour complete a full circuit around around the west bank of the Housatonic River depending on your speed and skill.
Spring, Summer, and Fall
Indian Well State Park does have parking some parking fees depending on the days and seasons you visit the park. On weekends and holidays the parking varies between registered Connecticut vehicles and non-registered Connecticut vehicles. For registered vehicles on Weekends/Holidays is $9 and $5 dollars after 4pm. For non-registered vehicles it is 15 dollars and $6 dollars after 4pm. On the weekdays it is $5 dollars for registered vehicles and $6 dollars for unregistered vehicles. However, in the fall there is sometimes no fees when parking at the main parking lot throughout the weekdays.