462 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Plainfield, Connecticut
Prudence Crandall Museum

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Located in Canterbury, CT (3 miles from Plainfield)

The first academy for African-American women.

(This excerpt provided by Prudence Crandall Museum representatives)

Hopeville Pond State Park

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Located in Jewett City, CT (5 miles from Plainfield)

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 provided by Hopeville Pond State Park representatives)

Park Biking Boating Hiking Fishing
River Ridge Golf Course

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Located in Jewett City, CT (7 miles from Plainfield)

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 provided by River Ridge Golf Course representatives)

Stepping Stone Ranch

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Located in West Greenwich, RI (9 miles from Plainfield)

Welcome to Stepping Stone Ranch - a fun, family-oriented horse farm that offers trail riding,english and western lessons, riding camps, and much more!

(This excerpt provided by Stepping Stone Ranch representatives)

Horseback Riding
Foster Country Club

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Located in Foster, RI (9 miles from Plainfield)

The Moosup River, together with the peaks and ravines of the Rhode Island hills, create a very interesting landscape for Foster Country Club. From the back tees, this 18-hole course is nearly 6,200 yards in length. Players of all skill levels will enjoy this course and is always open to the public.

(This excerpt provided by Foster Country Club representatives)

Skydive Danielson

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Located in Danielson, CT (9 miles from Plainfield)

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 provided by Skydive Danielson representatives)

Pachaug State Forest

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Located in Voluntown, CT (10 miles from Plainfield)

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 provided by Pachaug State Forest representatives)

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