In The Litchfield Hills
For decades, the Litchfield Hills has been a haven for artists who want to focus their creativity and produce work freely. This has naturally lead to the opening of an abundance of artists, galleries, music venues, theaters, and schools throughout the region.
A field and forest walk along an old farm road, with open fields and picturesque woodland. The parking area: in the Gold's Pine parking lot which is between the Little Guild of St. Francis Animal Shelter and the Cornwall Volunteer Fire Dept.
Gothic stone church in the middle of town with Tiffany windows and great music
Mount Tom State Park is a public recreation area lying south of US Route 202 in the towns of Washington, Litchfield, and Morris, Connecticut
A gathering place in Washington that invites friends and neighbors to relax, learn, play, and share all that our community offers. Operated by the Washington Park Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
CT's first farm winery located in bucolic Litchfield, CT on top of Chestnut Hill. Tasting bar open everyday to taste over ten wines made at the winery paired with local cheeses and chocolates.
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Office location & exhibition space for Cornwall Conservation Trust
Hike the boardwalk loop through beautiful wetlands.
Health & Wellness, Ninja Warrior Training Center, Swimming and indoor sports activities
A Connecticut state forest. It was formerly the summer residence of Edith Morton Chase, daughter of Henry Sabin Chase, first president of the Chase Brass and Copper Company.
The 998-acre Steep Rock Preserve offers hiking trails that follow the banks of the Shepaug River and provide access into the above hillsides.
Recreational Activities, Restaurants, Skiing & Snowboarding
Wander across the covered bridge, hike the falls, and feel the mist on your face as water cascades 250' down on its way to joining the Housatonic River.
Music lessons, Workshops, Open Mic, Recording, Fully Equipped Rehearsal Space
Conversations On the Green (COG), brings nationally recognized voices and artists to the Litchfield hills, supporting a mission to educate (and invigorate) the community through discussion of the country’s most provocative issues and ideas.
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Ballyhack Preserve was named for the steep wooded ravine along Baldwin Brook. The Ballyhack contains 200 year old white pine and hemlock trees, including Connecticut's second tallest tree (143 foot, 31 inch diameter).
In 1947, Skiing Hall of Fame member, Walt Schoenknecht, created Mohawk Mountain Ski Area amidst the rugged beauty of northwestern Connecticut.
Golf Course, Private Country Club, Banquet Facilities
The newly landscaped site features elements of the historic landscape and includes a children’s garden, education pavilion, small orchard, a chestnut grove, a wet meadow, stone walls and traditional fencing.
The Foote-Pope Preserve is a 13-acre parcel located on Pierce Lane adjacent to the kiosk in Cornwall. The land is ideal for bird watching, walking, and cross country skiing and offers scenic views from the meadow.
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The Rattlesnake Preserve consists of 90 acres and features old stone bridges and a concrete well. An easy walk in the woods while slowing at the marsh. There, walkers should watch for logs and stones to walk across if there has been a lot of rain.
This department strives to provide a wide variety of activities for residents of all ages for all seasons.
The Friendliest Senior Center Around! Stop in & say "Hi!".
Operated by the Torrington Historical Society , this site includes permanent and temporary exhibit of local history plus a fantastic house museum