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Clarke Outdoors image
Cornwall, CT
(range: 2 miles)
Choose rafting or canoeing and journey down a 10 mile section of the Housatonic River. (This excerpt taken from the Clarke Outdoors website)
Mohawk State Forest image
Cornwall, CT
(range: 2 miles)
View the rugged hills of this wildlife sanctuary or visit a black spruce bog to experience a unique plant community. (This excerpt taken from the Mohawk State Forest website)
Mohawk Mountain Ski Area image
Cornwall, CT
(range: 2 miles)
In 1947, Skiing Hall of Fame member Walt Schoenknecht,in partnership with his wife Margaret (Peg) Moss Schoenknecht, created Mohawk Mountain Ski Area amidst the rugged beauty of northwestern Connecticut. In 1948 Walt worked with several local engineers to develop the very first snowmaking system ever used at a resort, the basis for the technology used worldwide today. Mohawk Mountain has remained a family business and a favorite destination for over 70 years. (This excerpt taken from the Mohawk Mountain Ski Area website)
Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm is located on Route 4 in scenic Sharon, CT - Featuring Pick your own Fruits and Berries, Apples, Fall Hay Rides, Corn Maze, Pumpkins, Cider, and more fun for the whole family in Western Connecticut! (This excerpt taken from the Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm website)
The Salisbury - Lakeville area of Northwestern Connecticut had a significant historic role as a principal cannon producer during the American Revolution. (This excerpt taken from the Salisbury Cannon Museum website)
Summertime fishing or wintertime cross-country skiing make John A. Minetto State Park a four season fun spot. (This excerpt taken from the John A. Minetto State Park website)
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Kent, CT
(range: 8 miles)
Wander across the covered bridge, hike the falls, and feel the mist on your face as water cascades 250' down on its way to joining the Housatonic River. (This excerpt taken from the Kent Falls State Park website)
The Tapping Reeve House and Litchfield Law School takes visitors on a journey through the 19th century life of a real student who came to Litchfield for an education at the Litchfield Law School or the Litchfield Female Academy. Through role-playing, hands-on areas, and interpretive exhibits, each visitor explores timeless issues of travel, communication, education, and community.  (This excerpt taken from the Tapping Reeve House & Litchfield Law School website)
The Litchfield History Museum exhibits the evolution of the town of Litchfield, CT from its settlement in 1719 to today. Through changing exhibits, artifacts and archives, as well as hands-on areas, visitors can explore the diverse history of the town. Litchfield was a bustling commercial,political, and educational center and is a case study for the evolution of New England towns following the Revolutionary War. The town’s history includes that of the center village, Bantam, East Litchfield, Milton, Northfield, and pre-1850s Morris. (This excerpt taken from the Litchfield History Museum website)
Sloane-Stanley Museum image
Kent, CT
(range: 11 miles)
A man of great energy and many talents, Eric Sloane (1905-1985) was a prolific artist, author and illustrator of over 30 books, and an avid collector of Americana. His extensive collection of hand tools is displayed in a building gifted to the State in 1969 by Stanley Works, the Connecticut-based tool manufacturing company, to mark their 125th anniversary. (This excerpt taken from the Sloane-Stanley Museum website)
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