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“Making every day an adventure” by renting kayaks, SUPS, bikes and motor scooters with a mission to help promote active and healthy outdoor... More
Located in unspoiled Old Lyme, CT on the Black Hall River at the Great Island salt water Estuary, considered one of the top destinations in the... More
Canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals on the Farmington River in historic Collinsville. Bike rentals for the Farmington River Rail Trail.... More
Clarke Outdoors offers canoe, raft and kayak trips on the beautiful Housatonic River in northwestern Connecticut.
82-acre park on Long Island Sound with swimming, splash-pad area, nature trails, bird sanctuary and antique carousel.
One of Connecticut's gems, Lake McDonough is a scenic, unspoiled public recreation area.
Main Stream Canoes and Kayaks offers different types of fun-filled river adventures for all levels of experience.
Two-mile beach, facilities for swimming, seasonal camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, scuba diving, hiking and boating; concessions. Nature... More
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The Tankerhoosen River Valley is one of Connecticut's Officially... More
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Grab your gear and make a splash by spending some time on the water at one of Connecticut’s state parks. And thanks to
By Kim Knox Beckius
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