There are several Connecticut state parks closed due to storm damage. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is urging residents to not visit the parks for their own safety, The closed parks include Squantz Pond in New Fairfield, Kettletown in Southbury, and Sleeping Giant. Those found trespassing at a closed park are subject to an infraction. Commissioner Robert Klee says DEEP staff is working to clear the damage so that visitors can return to the parks that process is slowed down by curiosity seekers. Sleeping Giant and Kettletown are expected to be closed for at least several days while Squantz Pond could reopen over the next couple of days.