7 Natural Wonders Unique To The Nutmeg State That Should Be On Everyone’s Connecticut Bucket List
Anyone who thinks the Nutmeg State is boring or unattractive clearly just hasn’t spent enough time here. We’ve got so many great man-made and natural wonders in Connecticut. Did you know we have 139 state parks and forests? With so much beauty all around us, it can be easy to become a bit numb to it, so if you feel like you need a pick-me-up, here are seven natural wonders in Connecticut you won’t want to miss:
How many of these natural wonders in Connecticut have you seen in person? Are there any other places you think should be added to the list? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments!
Address: Mount Carmel, Mt Carmel, Hamden, CT 06518, USA
Address: Cathedral Pines, West Cornwall, CT 06796, USA
Address: Exhibit Center at Dinosaur State Park, 400 West St, Rocky Hill, CT 06067, USA
Address: Thimble Islands, Branford, CT, USA
Address: Kent Falls State Park, 462 Kent Cornwall Rd, Kent, CT 06757, USA
Address: Tory's Cave Preserve, 499 Kent Rd, New Milford, CT 06776, USA
Address: Steep Rock Preserve, 2 Tunnel Rd, Washington Depot, CT 06794, USA
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