Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"The first academy for African-American women."
(This excerpt taken from Prudence Crandall Museum website)
"Visitors can fish, swim or camp on the serene shores of Hopeville Pond. The site, which once boasted several successful mill operations, offers a fine mix of quality recreation and local history."
(This excerpt taken from Hopeville Pond State Park website)
"River Ridge Golf Course is one of the area's most challenging 18 Hole Championship Courses. The hilltop setting offers many picturesque New England views. Come test your playing skills and enjoy yourself!"
(This excerpt taken from River Ridge Golf Course website)
"As an equestrian education facility, we offer a full lesson program, clinics and a relaxed boarding atmosphere. Please review our website further for details on our riding program and services."
(This excerpt taken from Stepping Stone Ranch website)
"Foster golf enthusiasts have known about the Foster Country Club for years, and there are many reasons why. The Moosup River, together with the peaks and ravines of Western Rhode Island, create a very interesting landscape for Foster Country Club near Eastern Connecticut. From the back tees, this 18-hole course is nearly 6,200 yards long. "
(This excerpt taken from Foster Country Club website)
"Skydive Danielson is located in Eastern Connecticut, conveniently accessible to Hartford, CT, Providence, RI and Boston, MA. Deep in the heart of The Last Green Valley, Skydive Danielson offers a bird's eye view of the breathtaking lands below."
(This excerpt taken from Skydive Danielson website)
"Pachaug State Forest was established with a 1,011 acre land purchase from the Briggs Manufacturing Co. in Voluntown in 1928. In 1933, the first year the Civilian Conservation Corps began, Camp Lonergan was established in the Forest. As funding became available, the forest quickly grew, totaling 12,000 acres by 1937. The actions of the Resettlement Administration, in 1937, acquired an additional 9,000 acres and leased the land to the state for forest production. Eventually, this land was deeded to the state. At present, Pachaug covers 26,477 acres in six towns, and is the largest state forest in Connecticut. The word "Pachaug" is derived from the Native American term meaning bend or turn in the river."
(This excerpt taken from Pachaug State Forest website)
"For four generations, Christmas trees perfumed the grounds at Leyden Farm & Winery. In 2010, the Leyden family became interested in making their own fruit-essence wines and planted strawberries, blueberries, and grapevines amidst the trees, becoming partners with a love for farming and wine. The fruit from the vines grew eventually becoming red wines such as their Romeo's Red and American Merlot, white wines such as Cleo's Blanc and Sunny's Grigio, or fruit varieties such as Apple Jack Russell, and Samson's Wild Berry."
(This excerpt taken from Leyden Farm Vineyard & Winery website)
"Rhode Island's Only Indigenous Museum Dedicated To Sharing Our Culture, Arts and History From A First Person Perspective. Tomaquag Museum Features An Extensive Collection and Archive That Focuses On Tribal Communities of Southern New England. "
(This excerpt taken from Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum website)
"Rich with history, legend and lore, Mashamoquet Brook with its Wolf's Den, offers hiking, camping, fishing, and swimming for the whole family."
(This excerpt taken from Mashamoquet Brook State Park website)