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Simsbury, CT
(range: 1 mile)
Stratton Brook offers swimming, picnicking, and interpretive programs in a beautifully wooded setting, with wheelchair accessibility. (This excerpt taken from the Stratton Brook State Park website)
Penwood State Park offers almost 800 acres of four-season fun just a short drive from the Capital City. (This excerpt taken from the Penwood State Park website)
Blue Fox Run was developed as an 18 hole golf course in the early 1970’s. Throughout the ensuing years, the golf course had undergone several name changes but has always been considered a staple in Farmington Valley where golfers of all levels enjoyed a blend of outstanding golf complimented by the scenic nature of the property . (This excerpt taken from the Blue Fox Run Golf Course website)
The Farmington Valley Arts Center is enriching lives through art. We are dedicated to cultivating a community where people can create, learn, exhibit, exchange ideas and inspire each other. We welcome and support participants of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds on their personal artistic journey. (This excerpt taken from the Farmington Valley Arts Center website)
he Heublein Tower awaits hikers at the top of the mountain. (This excerpt taken from the Talcott Mountain State Park website)
The Connecticut Valley Tobacco Historical Society operates a museum to preserve the history of cigar-tobacco agriculture in the Connecticut River Valley and educate future generations. (This excerpt taken from the Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum website)
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New Hartford, CT
(range: 6 miles)
Whether you’re new to skiing or snowboarding, or if you’re a pro and you’ve just never come to visit, we can get you up to speed. (This excerpt taken from the Ski Sundown website)
Since 1975, Main Stream Canoes and Kayaks has served outdoor enthusiasts in Northwest Connecticut. We are ideally situated on the wild and scenic Farmington River, where no one can beat our locale or ability to conveniently transport customers to various points of departure and pick-up. (This excerpt taken from the Main Stream Canoes & Kayaks website)
One of the main tourist attractions in downtown Collinsville, our not-for-profit Museum is an important presence in the local economy. It is also crucial to the preservation of Canton’s history. Each year, museum volunteers offer tours, educational programing and research materials for people from all over. The museum contains a collection of over 7500 artifacts and research documents including Collins tools, local Native American artifacts, and agricultural items to name a few. As an important presence in the local economy, our museum is an attraction that brings visitors from both the United States and international locations. (This excerpt taken from the Canton Historical Museum website)
Elizabeth Park is on the national register of historic places. Elizabeth Park offers just over one hundred acres of formal gardens, green space, recreational facilities, walking loops, and the Pond House Café. Come enjoy the beauty of the gardens and grounds. Bring your camera! (This excerpt taken from the Elizabeth Park website)
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