Here's a map showing the entire Paugussett Trail, including the newer five miles south of Indian Well State Park. The map is very slow to load, which is why I'm typing a bunch of words up here for you to read before you look at it. The green hiker icons represent places where other trails connect with the Paugussett at Webb Mtn, Birchbank, Indian Well, and Shelton Lakes. At a glance you can see how the Paugussett connects these four parks together.
This is a Google map that allows you to zoom, pan, and view the 2012(!) aerial layer as well as a terrain layer. For best results, click the "view larger map" link on the bottom left and wait for it to reload. For the techies out there, you can save as a .kml file (GoogleEarth file type) and use software to convert that to a gpx file for your gps receiver. However, note that although the route shown is pretty close, it is not exact, especially the older section (darkest blue). To hike the older sections, we recommend purchasing a copy of the CT Walk Book, available at book stores and at ctwoodlands.org (this also supports CFPA, the nonprofit organization that maintains the Blue Blazed Trail system). The parking areas shown are pretty accurate. Click on one to get driving directions. You can save the map or a specific map point to your Google account and view later on your smart phone if you're into that (Ms. Droidetta will give you directions as you drive).
View Paugussett Trail in a larger map