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Hiking & Biking
Come explore the state's largest nature center and wildlife sanctuary. 4,000 acres, 35 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback... More
Take in the spectacular vista in all directions from the 165-foot Heublein Tower, the former summer home of a prominent Hartford family. Within... More
Activities include hiking, mountain biking, saltwater fishing and shell fishing (a permit is required).
Two miles of mountaintop resembling a sleeping giant give this park its name. Designated Trout Park, lookout tower, hiking and nature trails,... More
Activities include boating, cross country skiing, hiking, hunting, picnicking, pond fishing, scuba diving, and snowmobiling.
Hiking on Pine Knob Loop Trail, which joins the Appalachian Trail, picnicking, flyfishing (limited area, catch and release), canoeing and... More
It looks like a medieval fortress, but a step inside the stone castle reveals built-in couches, table trackway and woodcarvings that all point to... More
Enjoy a magical getaway surrounded by 60 acres of nature. We offer rustic cabins for rent (airbnb), event space, wilderness camps (Two Coyotes... More
A walking tour of Milford’s colorful history with stops at several historical sites.
Connecticut is crisscrossed by hundreds of miles of hiking trails, with many of the best in the Litchfield Hills. These
Some of the greatest memories are made off the beaten path. Whether you’re a Connecticut native looking for something
Looking for something to do in Connecticut in January? Even with all the COVID-19 safety restrictions, there is still so
Some people say a travel experience should make an impact on the traveler, not the place. In other words, if you are
“Voluntourism” lets you experience something new while giving you an opportunity to do a little good, too. A popular
Research shows that 7.2 million vacation days go unused in Connecticut every year. Now, with a new nationwide study
For some city dwellers, winter may be the least popular season, but in Connecticut, we’ll show you why it’s our favorite
American workers are not taking enough vacation time. According to a study by Project Time Off, 52% of
Nothing strengthens bonds and builds long-lasting memories better than spending time with grandparents. But in today’s
Connecticut is located halfway between Boston and New York City. That’s what makes it such an easy place to visit.
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