Mine Hill Preserve
Hiking trails and an interpretive site dedicated to the areas history as a producer of iron ore.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the preserve is set on a former iron ore mine and blast furnace. Granite quarries on the property provided stones used in the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and Grand Central Station in New York City. A looping trail of under 4 miles will take…
A historic 19th century iron-making complex turned park, this place contains fascinating remains and trails.
“Includes access to the Appalachian Trail, which is the most well known hiking trail in the world. It spans approximately 2200 miles, beginning in Georgia and ending in Maine. The Connecticut portion is 52 miles. It enters the State from the oblong in New York and traverses through the Southern Berkshires.”
“Bustling neighborhood go-to for made-to-order BBQ dishes, sandwiches & traditional Mexican fare”
“Perched above New Preston Falls, Pergola represents a transition from the wilds of nature to the cultivated environment of home. The sound of the waterfall, together with the rustic cedar entrance pergola and the antique barn-roof slate floor, instantly establishes a natural store setting. The artfully displayed combination of uncommon plant material, aged terra cotta planters, weathered antiques, botanical books & prints, distinctive home fragrance collections, and a variety of natural curiosities, offers a highly sensual shopping experience for home & garden.”
“THE BEST! Boho is a VERY popular restaurant located in the heart of Litchfield. Boho has a funky vibe with old school decor and AMAZING food. Go for the Tuna Nacos & a burger! ”
“Family Owned, Farm Fresh. Owners James and Idella Shepard have transformed this historic building into an elegant expression and celebration of food. The Market offers a full service deli, bakery, and is well stocked with groceries and other provisions including a large selection of local products. The jalapeño peanut brittle is a must-try!!”