There will be no fall camping at any state park in Connecticut as budget issues persist.
Without a state budget, the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP) said there are no plans to have fall camping this year.
Dennis Schain, director at DEEP, said the department has not been taking any camping reservations after Labor Day.
Schain said the elimination of fall camping could change depending on what happens with the state budget.
Usually, camping at state grounds goes until Columbus Day.
Last year, DEEP had to cut back fall camping to two state parks.