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Located in Southbury, CT
"The cool waters of the Housatonic River make Kettletown State Park and Lake Zoar popular recreation destinations."
(This excerpt taken from Kettletown State Park website)
Located in Southbury, CT
"Have a day of family fun at Southford Falls State Park. Spend your day enjoying field sports, or try your luck at catching trout."
(This excerpt taken from Southford Falls State Park website)
Located in Woodbury, CT
4 miles from Southbury
"Come experience the Glebe House Museum and The Gertrude Jekyll Garden -- birthplace of the Episcopal Church in the New World and graced by the only extant American garden planned by England's most venerated designer. Set in the picturesque Litchfield Hills in historic Woodbury's village center, the Glebe House Museum offers the visitor a glimpse of Revolutionary War era Connecticut."
(This excerpt taken from Gelbe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden website)
Located in Sandy Hook, CT
4 miles from Southbury
"McLaughlin Vineyards is a year-round farm dedicated to the production of quality wines and maple syrup in a natural environment. Located in Southern Connecticut, the 160 acre historic operation includes 15 acres of vineyards, a 2500 case winery, hiking trails, wine education seminars, a sugar house, sugar maple trees, and even a 50 acre wildlife and bald eagle sanctuary."
(This excerpt taken from McLaughlin Vineyards website)
Located in Middlebury, CT
5 miles from Southbury
"Quassy Amusement & Waterpark has been providing families across Connecticut with affordable family fun for more than 110 years. With activities for everyone, the thrills and laughter never end at Quassy. Start the day with exciting rides, cool off in the waterpark and win some prizes from the variety of games and the arcade. Bring a whole group along and book a catered private event on scenic Lake Quassapaug. You'll also be treated to a variety of special events and live entertainment this season at Quassy."
(This excerpt taken from Quassy Amusement & Waterpark website)
Located in Brookfield, CT
7 miles from Southbury
"DiGrazia Vineyards was founded in 1978 and is dedicated to producing premium wines of quality and unique variety. Over 15 wines are offered, ranging from dry to sweet, using estate grown grapes, local fruit and honey. Our two vineyard sites are established on high sloping hills to maximize growing potential and grapes grown lead to crisp, flavorful wines."
(This excerpt taken from DiGrazia Vineyard & Winery website)
Located in Brookfield, CT
9 miles from Southbury
"Mother Earth Gallery & Mining Co. caters to a variety of interests and people -- from an authentically re-created mine for kids to nature-related gifts, decorative accessories and hand-crafted jewelry. The Mining Co. operation sends youngsters digging through a specially-built mine in search of the natural treasures. This is an excellent learning experience in the guise of explorative fun."
(This excerpt taken from Mother Earth Gallery & Mining Company website)
Located in New Milford, CT
10 miles from Southbury
"Candlewood Valley Country Club is a privately owned, public 18 hole Golf Facility situated on 175 acres in the scenic Candlewood Valley in New Milford, Connecticut."
(This excerpt taken from Candlewood Valley Country Club website)
Located in Watertown, CT
10 miles from Southbury
"The Watertown Historical Society's Museum presents an in-depth view of our local history. It documents and preserves the collective memories of our community, to reflect on the present and pass on to our future generations."
(This excerpt taken from Watertown Historical Society Museum website)
Located in Washington, CT
10 miles from Southbury
"Since its opening in 1975, the facilities of the Institute for American Indian Studies have continued to grow and adapt to changing times. They now include: the Visitor Center, which contains several permanent exhibits and classrooms; a replicated Algonkian village; several nature trails and gardens; and a simulated archaeological site. These exhibits and services are available to visitors year-round."
(This excerpt taken from Institute for American Indian Studies website)
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