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Fishing

Hooked on Fishing

When it comes to fishing in Connecticut waters, the question becomes which sort of waters, and fish, are you most interested in? There are saltwater and fresh, running water and flat, bait and fly fishing…so many ways to hook you into this spring pastime.

Featuring: Salmon River State Forest

Connecticut Rivers & Lakes

Go with the Flow - Enjoying Connecticut’s Rivers and Lakes

Where are you on the adventure meter: madcap, somewhat gutsy or along for the ride? No matter! You can have a perfect-10 experience on one of Connecticut’s clear and refreshing rivers and lakes. Check out some choices below. And if you’re not seeking thrills but just want a quiet day in nature, here are some suggestions for you, too. 

Featuring: A.C. Petersen at Old Lyme | Black Hall Outfitters - Old Lyme | Branford River Paddlesports, Kayaks and Tours | Candlewood Lake Town Park | Clarke Outdoors | Connecticut River Museum | Essex Steam Train & Riverboat | Farmington River Tubing | Gillette Castle State Park | Lake McDonough | Lakeside Watersports | Main Stream Canoes & Kayaks | Mount Tom State Park | Old Lyme Inn | Salmon River State Forest | Satan's Kingdom State Recreation Area | Stony Creek Brewery | West Cornwall Covered Bridge

Social Distance Friendly Hikes

Social Distance-Friendly Hikes

Many people are turning to the great outdoors for fresh air, exercise and the renewing power of nature during the COVID-19 pandemic. Connecticut’s parks, forests and trails are a great resource. Below is a list of a few you might consider. But please check for temporary closures before you venture out and follow the guidelines provided by state and local officials.

Here are steps to take to enhance “social distancing” when enjoying the outdoors.

They include avoiding popular or crowded parks; observing the CDC's minimum recommended social distancing of six feet from other people; and, avoiding surfaces that are touched often, like playscapes, park benches and even other people's pets.

Featuring: Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens | Burr Pond State Park | Campbell Falls State Park Reserve | Chatfield Hollow State Park | City of Middletown | City of Norwich | Cockaponset State Forest | Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield | Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center | Devil's Hopyard State Park | Gay City State Park | Giuffrida Park | Hidden Valley Preserve | Kettletown State Park | Macedonia Brook State Park | McLean Game Refuge | Mianus River State Park | Nehantic State Forest | New Canaan Nature Center | Nipmuck State Forest | Old Furnace State Park | Pachaug State Forest | Riverfront Recapture | Ross Pond State Park | Salmon River State Forest | Shenipsit State Forest | Stratton Brook State Park | Town of Barkhamsted | Town of Cheshire | Town of Farmington | Town of Hamden | Town of Mansfield | Town of Naugatuck | Town of Pomfret | Town of Ridgefield | Town of Vernon | Town of Windsor | Town of Woodstock | Wadsworth Falls State Park | Weir Farm National Historic Site | West Rock Ridge State Park | West Thompson Lake Federal Park | White Memorial Foundation | Wickham Park