Travel & Outdoors
Follow this guide for fun ideas to celebrate the holiday season and also for how to have an enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend for visitors in Connecticut.
The town of Guilford is one of the oldest, most historic and most charming in Connecticut. Take a walking tour and get to know Guilford a little bit better.
Planning a camping trip as a weekend getaway doesn’t mean you have to rough it in the great outdoors. Cabin rentals across the state of Connecticut provide indoor camping alternatives with the luxuries of home.
When planning your next day trip, consider one of these fun spots.
These spots provide a variety of options for enjoying your next getaway this fall.
When parents have the opportunity to get away without the kids for a night or a weekend, it can bring a breath of fresh air to your day and your relationship. There are local getaways right here in Connecticut and a few that are within a two hour drive.
During the fall, there’s no better place to be than New England. Connecticut celebrates the season with a host of festivals and attractions that are perfect for any visitor who wants to enjoy the glory of autumn.
There’s no need to leave Connecticut this fall to watch great live sporting action. From professional to collegiate to amateur, here are some in-state events worth watching.
At one time Connecticut’s co-capital city, New Haven is teeming with fine dining, culture and entertainment. There’s no way you can get to everything the city has to offer in one day, but the Chapel Street Historic District is a good place to start.
Here are five of the top outdoor basketball courts in the Nutmeg State.