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Litchfield, CT

The Land of Ethan Allen

Things To Do: Outdoor Spaces

Lake Waramaug State Park

A beautiful lake is the main attraction at this 95-acre park. It's a perfect picnic spot, particularly during fall foliage season. There are 77 wooded and open campsites that are available the week before Memorial Day-Sept. 30. The park is open 8 a.m.-sunset. more...

Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Sanctuary

The mission of the Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy (LRWC) is to conserve waterfowl and wetlands through research, education and conservation action. . Self-guided tours available on Sat. & Sun. 10 - 4, excluding holidays. Guided tours available for members. Specialty visits for photographers, school groups and clubs by appt. Adm. $10. per adult, and includes admission for one child. Additional children $5. each. more...

Mount Tom State Park

Named for the mountain inside its boundaries, Mount Tom is one of the oldest parks in the state park system. A stone tower on top of the mountain provides great views. The park has a swimming beach, many picnic tables near Mount Tom Pond and canoe and kayak rentals. Open daily 8 a.m.-sunset. more...


One mi. east of Litchfield Center; Rte. 118, right on East Litchfield Rd., right on Buell Rd., Topsmead first road on right. An English Tudor style house on 511 acres open for guided tours June- Oct. on 2nd and 4th weekends of each month from 12 - 5. Grounds open year round for hiking, picnicking, birding and x-country skiing. Charge: none. more...

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