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Hiking & Biking
A perfect balance of an active and relaxing escape.
Features mountain bike trails and events during the spring, summer and fall seasons. Ride the 500 Ft. Zip lines. $12 a ride must be 100 lbs or... More
A leisurely three-hour, 20-mile guided bike tour along the Connecticut shoreline combined with a 45-minute boat tour of the Thimble Islands.
Activities include bicycling, birding, camping, hiking, picnicking and stream fishing.
Hike to the summit of this 240-acre estate for panoramic views. It becomes an autumn wonderland in foliage season, with activities including... More
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.
Eight mile and easy-level self-guided bicycle ride. The ride takes you by an historic church and cemeteries, William Gillette's parents' homestead... More
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
Looking for something to do in Connecticut in November? Even with all the COVID-19 safety restrictions, there is still
Whether you are a seasoned hiker or enjoy more leisurely treks, the experience of going on a hike can benefit the mind
Who doesn’t love a good dog photo? The fall season is one of the best times to capture and share paw-fect photos of your
Looking for something to do in Connecticut in October? 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
Each fall, people visit Connecticut to see brilliant displays of foliage in every corner of the state. But even if you
Research shows that 7.2 million vacation days go unused in Connecticut every year. Now, with a new nationwide study
By Kim Knox Beckius
American workers are not taking enough vacation time. According to a study by Project Time Off, 52% of
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