Travel & Outdoors
James Hliva, the finance director for the Town of Oxford, has been a long-time camper. He has some wonderful tips when it comes to packing for a camping adventure.
Outdoor camping is not the perfect getaway for each traveler. An alternative option to enjoy the wilderness is one of Connecticut’s secluded bed and breakfasts or rental cabins. They provide some of the comforts of home with a balance of nature. Consider one of these more comfortable accommodations when planning your next getaway.
Gabe Davis of D’Aniello’s Amity Bicycles is your go-to guy for great bike rides in the Nutmeg State.
Switch it up the next time you’re looking for a thrill with any of these exhilarating flying adventures in Connecticut.
Jump on a bicycle and pedal into an action-filled lifestyle.
The long, dreary winter in New England is easier to bear when seen as a precursor to spring – considered by many as the best season to vacation in this part of the country. One of the main attractions is the plethora of native and cultivated flora that makes the area so beautiful in spring, summer and fall.
There’s nothing old about Old Man Winter in Connecticut. No matter how close we get to spring, there’s always a flurry of activities as well as an unexpected flurry of snow that shows up unannounced.
When the weather in Connecticut turns cold, parents look for ways to keep their children healthy, happy and active. Some of the pros who know just what kids need to stay active offer some insightful and valuable hints.
Surprise your loved one with a romantic overnight or weekend experience at one of the best inns and bed and breakfasts in New England.
The trend to travel with pets has been wagging its tail and its loot around so much that even high-end resorts are going out of their way to make Princess feel at home.