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Connecticut Hikes

Hike 8 of Connecticut’s Coolest Treks

Whether passing through forests, along mountain ridges or in wetland preserves, Connecticut’s hiking trails offer a range of things to experience, from soaring views and lush scenery to winding rivers and even a waterfall or two. So we got some advice from someone who knows them well. Rob McWilliams is an avid hiker who details his four-season adventures on western and central Connecticut trails in his blog, McWilliams Takes a Hike. He shared a few of his favorite hikes with us, along with tips on what to look for, how to get there and even where to park (including GPS coordinates).

Featuring: Lake Waramaug State Park | Lucius Pond Ordway/Devil's Den Preserve | Mount Riga State Park | New England National Scenic Trail | People's State Forest | Timberlands Trails | Town of Guilford | Town of Redding | Town of Sharon

Peak Foliage

Connecticut's Foliage Finder: Week-by-Week Guide

Planning a New England leaf-peeping trip? Drive no farther than Connecticut! Since we offer New England's longest foliage season, you’ll find amazing color here throughout October and into November. To help you plan your trip, we’ve provided this handy guide showing peak foliage areas by week, courtesy of our friends at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, as well as suggestions for seven driving loop tours.

Featuring: City of Danbury | City of Hartford | City of New London | City of Stamford | City of Waterbury | Macedonia Brook State Park | People's State Forest | Shenipsit State Forest | Talcott Mountain State Park | Town of Branford | Town of Guilford | Town of Kent | Town of Litchfield | Town of Mansfield | Town of Norfolk | Town of Simsbury | Town of Woodstock

34 Things to Do in February

34 Things to Do in Connecticut This February

Looking for something to do in Connecticut in February? Whether you want something active, relaxing, cultural, nature-oriented or romantic, we have you covered. Learn more!

For even more ideas check out CTvisit.com where you can search by type of activity under the DO navigation tab, or browse articles full of ideas under the IDEAS tab.

Featuring: Central Rock Gym | Chatfield Hollow State Park | City Climb Gym | City of Danbury | Connecticut Art Trail | Connecticut Convention Center | Connecticut River Museum | Connecticut Science Center | Covered Bridge Electric Bike Rental | Edward L. Bennett Ice Skating Rink | Flight Fit N Fun | Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center | International Skating Center of Connecticut | Kidcity Children's Museum | KidsPlay Children's Museum | Lutz Children's Museum | Mohawk Mountain Ski Area | Mohegan Sun | Mohegan Sun Convention Center & Meeting Spaces | Monza World Class Karting at Foxwoods | Northford Ice Pavilion | On Track Karting | PEZ Visitor Center | People's State Forest | Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort | Salt Cave of Darien | Ski Sundown | Sky Zone - Bethel | Sky Zone - Norwalk | Soulshine Salt Cavern | Stepping Stones Museum for Children | The Discovery Museum & Planetarium | Town of Salisbury | Westport Museum for History & Culture | Winvian Farm


Recent Press

2018 New England Family Fishing Destinations

New England Game & Fish

Online article from New England Game & Fish highlighting some fishing areas in Connecticut and things to do in Hartford, Connecticut.

Published Date: 2018-04-18

Featuring: American Legion State Forest | City of Hartford | Harriet Beecher Stowe Center | Lake McDonough | People's State Forest | The Mark Twain House & Museum