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Durham, CT
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Visit a Connecticut State Park or Forest and explore the wealth of perse natural areas and unique features that will make your experience memorable. (This excerpt taken from the Millers Pond State Park Reserve website)
With courses designed by legendary Hall of Fame architect Robert Trent Jones and Hall of Fame golfer Gary Player, Lyman Orchards’ championship golf courses in CT are both ranked among the best in the Northeast and recognized as the CSGA’s 2019 Distinguished Club. The Golf Center and Apple Nine course opened in 2012 and are already recognized among the country’s top facilities where you can learn or improve your game. (This excerpt taken from the Lyman Orchards Golf Club website)
99 Powder Hill Road Middlefield, Connecticut (This excerpt taken from the Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort website)
Enjoy hiking or biking the varied trails of the park or spend some time enjoying the beautiful falls. For a longer stay, visit the designated swimming and picnic area of the park. Please note that swimming and picnicking are prohibited at the Big Falls - it is an area intended for short visits to view the scenic falls. (This excerpt taken from the Wadsworth Falls State Park website)
Our winery is located high atop 140 sun-kissed acres. Built of stone and old timbers. The Stone House winery and location command spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of lush woodland, open fields and over 32 acres of pristine vineyards. Bring food, family and friends to enjoy a glass of one of our 11 award winning wines. Picnic in the summer or cozy up to a warm fire in the winter. Come relax and savor the charming surroundings of Wallingford, CT. (This excerpt taken from the Gouveia Vineyards website)
Kidcity Children's Museum: Three floors of imagination play for kids age 1 to 7 and their favorite grown-ups. (This excerpt taken from the Kidcity Childrens Museum website)
Enjoy a variety of activities in Connecticut's second largest state forest. (This excerpt taken from the Cockaponset State Forest website)
Cool off at Connecticut's #1 Water Park - Zip Lines, Wakeboards, Rock Climb, Rope Swing, Water Slides, Inflatable Water Obstacles, Scuba and Swim (This excerpt taken from the Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park website)
Hike the trails in search of Indian caves, explore the jagged rocky ledges and recesses, relax by the cooling waters, or picnic in the soft pine woods at Chatfield Hollow State Park. (This excerpt taken from the Chatfield Hollow State Park website)
Haddam Meadows State Park overlooks the scenic Connecticut River and offers opportunities for boating, fishing, and picnicking. (This excerpt taken from the Haddam Meadows State Park website)
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