Connecticut February 27, 2017
Blink And You’ll Miss These 14 Teeny Tiny Towns In Connecticut
There are a bunch of tiny towns in Connecticut, but these overlooked gems are fan favorites. If you grew up in a small town, you know that there’s nothing quite like it. Whether you’re escaping the city or just checking out the competition, these tiny towns in Connecticut are pretty great. See for yourself:
Located in the Farmington Valley, this scenic town boasts a population just over ten thousand. Bloomberg Business Week named this one of the best towns to raise kids!
With only two thousand residents, this tiny town sure is quiet! They're also home to the cooky frog rock and Coriander Cafe.
Visit the theatre or ride the ferry in this picture perfect town. This place is definitely New England, in both style and charm.
If you want to explore the state's wild side, this town is a great place to get things started. It has some lovely spots for beginners to hike and two places to see falls.
This waterfront town is great if you're looking for a little relaxation or a romantic weekend. Plenty of beach and nature to go around.
6. Deep River
Believe it or not, this sleepy town has a ton of delicious dining options, making it the perfect place for a weekend lunch. Plus it's surrounded by natural beauty.
Home to the famous Roseland Cottage, this historic tiny town is a great choice for a day trip, especially since it falls on a scenic byway.
One of the most visited fall foliage towns in the state, this town is loaded with history and folklore. Rumored to be the devil's playground, there's no shortage of attractions here.
Say hello to the antiques capital. If you've been looking for a place to discover some unique statement pieces, schedule a lunch date to this charming town.
This old fishing town is overflowing with waterfront charm. The included Stonington Borough is a quaint tiny town dream, seemingly stuck in time.
Home to Priam Vineyards and the historical Comstock bridge, this place is great for outdoor loving couples looking for a weekend retreat.
Great stone architecture and well maintained trails make this town a beautiful stop. Especially during the fall when you can stop by the orchard.
13. East Lyme
A little bigger than its competitors, this small town is often forgotten as tourists make their way to the beach, but there's plenty to do here even if you're not on the sandy shore.
A sweet spot for history buffs, historic architecture and the Mine Hill Preserve make up this tiny town. Pack a picnic and take advantage of the wide open spaces.
Don’t these seem like perfect places for a day trip?
But why visit just one? Take this
Road Trip to see a collection of tiny towns in Connecticut in one weekend!