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American Legion and Peoples State Forests

American Legion and Peoples State Forests, Connecticut

Tree huggers unite! This is the promised land. Consisting of two separate forests, the wooded bastions of Mother Nature rise tall and strong in these parts. Each tree is beautiful in its own way, Read more...

Tree huggers unite! This is the promised land. Consisting of two separate forests, the wooded bastions of Mother Nature rise tall and strong in these parts. Each tree is beautiful in its own way, but perhaps no trunk is better for squeezing than those in the 200-year old white pine grove in the Whittemore Recreation Area of the Peoples Forest.

One can only hug so many trees, however, so it’s a good thing there are lots of other things to do in the American Legion and Peoples State Forests. The trails that wind through these wooded acres will keep hikers on their feet for days on end. And the waters of the wild and scenic West Branch of the Farmington River attracts kayakers and fishers from all over Connecticut and even neighboring states. But if you want to just come and squeeze an oak, no one will fault you.

Austin F. Hawes Memorial Campground
Funwise, tubing or kayaking down Farmington River is sure to beat any amusement park! Austin F. Hawes...
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Moss Hill Farm
Katherine: There is a lovely site set up for tent camping about 100 yards off a dirt road that you have to...
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Loc: Magic Forest was just as expected. We stayed two nights and felt quite secluded. We never got a chance...
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Tara: This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed...
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Lu: We had a blast!!! Such a nice place. In the middle of nowhere, apart from WiFi and phone signals. This...
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John: The meadow is a completely private area of the property. It is lower than the buildings surrounded by...
The Fish Pond
John: Stay next to the fish pond and get up and feed the fish. You can sit by the pond at night and just...
Route 22 Camp & Breakfast
Theresa: Pitch your tent at Route 22 Camp & Breakfast! We are tucked between two horse farms and we own...
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Tara: Wyomanock Farm is a beautiful property with lots of opportunities for exploring. Here you will find an...
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Jody: Great spot! It felt very secluded, with just the beavers for company. Rachel and her husband were very...
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Carly: We had a lovely few days camping at boulder point! Beautiful woods and surroundings. Upon arrival we...
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Jennifer: Pitch your tent on my dedicated pad in the backyard. This location is steps away from the Walkway over...
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Erin: Misty Mountain Farm is a true treasure. Not only is the farm extremely hands-on for campers interested...
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Roz: Wright's Farm is a delight to visit. The scenary of the Shawagunk Ridge is spectacular. The farm has...
Pine Tree Paradise
Calum: Pine Tree Paradise is aptly named. The trees create an elevated canopy in which maneuvering is...
Majestic Mustang Stables & Camp
Chantilly: I had a lovely time here. Jeanine is an absolutely wonderful person, and her horses are just as...
The Cove
Meredith: My husband and I loved the cove! It was at perfect spot right by the water and with the fall colors...
Faery Glen
Jaime: We stayed in a tent, in a beautiful clearing with a magical pond. Rachel was kind and helpful. Her...
Hike In Platform  Camping
Emily: This is an ideal getaway from New York City; accessible on public transport and tailored to suit any...
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