Connecticut, Massachusetts, Travel, Waterfalls

Your Very Own Hideaway in The Heart of The Berkshires: Campbell Falls

The 75 foot tall Campbell waterfall is split between two states. The waterfall itself is located in Massachusetts while the boundary marker that starts the trail is considered to be in Connecticut. The park was gifted to the State of Connecticut and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from the White Memorial Foundation of Litchfield, Connecticut and in 1924 special laws were […]

Connecticut, Hikes, Travel

A Promise of a Castle – Heublein Tower

Recently while driving through Avon, Connecticut on our way to a farm for some strawberry picking, our littles excitedly pointed to a tower purged on the top of a hill asking me what that could be. After some short research we discovered that what was standing on the top of Talcott Mountain was Heublein Tower. A 165-foot-tall tower built to […]

Connecticut, Granville, Hikes

New Year’s Hike to The Indian Council Caves

Just short of 5 mile moderate hike In Barkhamstead, Connecticut will take you to spectacular views over a white pine forest if you decide to follow the Indian Council Caves Trail located close to the border of Connecticut and Massachusetts. The trail is part of the 79 mile long Tunxis Trail and is located along Route 219 west of the […]