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Parks & Forests
Connecticut is committed to preserving the natural beauty of our parks and forests, where you’ll find hiking trails, fishing spots, beaches, campgrounds, swamps and more.
Passport to the Parks - All residents with Connecticut license plates on their vehicles can enter all Connecticut State Parks free of charge to enjoy the state's natural resources.
ConnTours is an app developed by Connecticut Humanities (... More
Mattabesett and Mount Higby Trail is a 9 mile out and back trail located near Middlefield, CT that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as... More
Enjoy the view from the top at Castle Craig Tower, a stone observation tower overlooking Hubbard Park’s 1,800 acres filled with hiking trails and... More
Activities include cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, letterboxing, mountain biking, and hunting.
The site of the Continental Army's 1779 winter encampment under the command of General Israel Putnam consists of remains of the encampment,... More
Few bodies of water in Connecticut can rival the picturesque setting of Lake Waramaug. Activities include: camping, boating, lake fishing,... More
Pachaug State Forest is the largest state forest in Connecticut encompassing 24,000 acres in five towns, with backpack and horse camping... 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
Get a glimpse of earlier times as you walk through one of Connecticut covered bridges. Enjoy a day of fishing and a picnic along the Salmon River... More
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
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There is evidence that dinosaurs once roamed Connecticut, and in their footprints we’ve discovered that some even date
Astrotourism is gaining in popularity. You can find vast night skies above parks, forests and lakes throughout
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“Voluntourism” lets you experience something new while giving you an opportunity to do a little good, too. A popular
For some city dwellers, winter may be the least popular season, but in Connecticut, we’ll show you why it’s our favorite
Nothing strengthens bonds and builds long-lasting memories better than spending time with grandparents. But in today’s
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