Is there Camping on the Lake?
Camping is not allowed on Lake Lillinonah.
Is there a place to fuel my boat?
Fuel is no longer available to the public on the lake.
What is the current water level?
You can obtain the current water level by calling:
Menu Item 2, then 2
Where are the public put-ins for the lake?
Public launch facilities are available at the route 133 bridge in Brookfield and at Pond Brook in Newtown.
Are there any fees to use the lake?
There are no fees to use the lake.
What is the size of the lake?
The is 1547 acres stretching from Southbury to New Milford
What are the boating rules for the lake?
Regulations: Vessels are prohibited from approaching within 300 feet on upstream side or 1,500 feet on downstream side of Shepaug Dam. Vessels are prohibited from approaching within 300 feet downstream of the Bleachery Dam. 45 mph limit daytime, 25 mph from ½ hour after sunset to ½ hour before sunrise.
Launch: Public launch facilities are available at the route 133 bridge in Brookfield and at Pond Brook in Newtown.
Parking: 50 cars