Bartlett Brook Wildlife Management Area

Learn and follow all of the rules, regulations and safety measures for hunting and trapping in CT & MA. Each State’s website has all the pertinent information. Whether archery or…

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Lebanon Green and Surrounding Areas

Lebanon Green has dozens of active letterboxes, including those based on local history, such as “Heartbeat of The Revolution”. Visit http://letterboxing.org for information.

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Gov. Jonathan Trumbull House Museum & Wadsworth Stable – CT Daughters of the American Revolution

This was the home of Governor Jonathan Trumbull (1710-1785), the only Colonial Governor to support the American Revolution. He was known as the Patriot Governor. Built around 1735, the home is furnished with many Trumbull family possessions. The museum is owned by the CT Daoughters of the American Revolution. The Wadsworth Stable, originally from Hartford, showcases the exhibit of antique transportation.

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Lebanon Historical Society Museum

Explore Lebanon’s rich history at this modern museum and visitor’s center with its historic buildings. Changing exhibitions, library/genealogy research center, children’s hands-on history room and visitor services. Area attraction brochures available in the 24 hour outdoor kiosk. Hours: Wed.

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Mooween State Park

The name Mooween” means brown bear in Algonquin. Several points of interest on the trails include the remains of the former boys camp and the foundation and chimney stack of the 300-year old Granny Austin Tavern. Boating, fishing, and hiking.”

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Pomeroy State Park

The park is undeveloped and unmarked. It was once the estate of textile mogul Charles Pomeroy. The site includes 90 acres but parking is limited to the roadside. Hiking and hunting.

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