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Lake Waramaug offers a host of recreational opportunities: walking, biking, fishing, swimming, camping, rowing, kayaking and canoeing, sailing and boating.
Beautiful Lake Waramaug offers a host of recreational opportunities: Walking, biking, fishing, swimming, rowing, kayaking and canoeing, sailing and boating.
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“Mt. Tom State park is a scenic 40 minute drive up into Litchfield county. It features a public sandy beach on a clear freshwater lake, great for swimming, and a nice grassy, shady picnic area. It's also one of our favorite spots for launching kayaks or paddle boards, since there are no power boats allowed. This means conditions are calm and perfect for paddling. This is a spring fed lake, so the water is very clear and clean. Many swimmers go outside the designated swim area to take a longer swim and train for triathlons. There are also some hiking trails and basic facilities. Summer weekends can be busy, so get there early, or try for a weekday or off season. While in the area, check out West Shore Seafood in Morris, CT for seasonal outdoor dining!”
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“At Thai Charm, we wish to serve you delicious dishes that taste just like how our Grandparents and Parents made for us. So join us at our cozy little home at Thai kitchen or enjoy a carry-out meal made for you and yours.”
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“Another wonderful local spot - one of our favorites. You can hike here from the back of our property through the Hidden Valley nature preserve. Great food, fun for breakfast, lunch, and on weekends DInner. BYOB.”
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“Best Ice cream in town! Made here in Litchfield from the Arethusa dairy cows! ”
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“not sure if George Washington ate there, but it's named after him (also in Washington Depot). good comfort food in a super-cozy atmosphere (tip: eat in the fireplace room)”
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