Discover… Active sports, the arts, or simply unwinding… In the Center of it all.
Discover hundreds of things to do and sights to see… through the scenic drives of Lakeville in the heart of the Litchfield Hills and Southern Berkshires, areas famous for their spectacular New England fall foliage display.
Try kayaking, canoeing, rafting, tubing, or fly fishing in the Housatonic River or any of the area’s many other streams and lakes... Fish for record rainbow and brown trout, swim or boat at Twin Lakes or in Lake Wononscopomuc , the deepest lake in Connecticut.
For the land lover, you can climb the highest peak in Connecticut or hike the Appalachian Trail … meander through numerous nature preserves and gardens… bike or horseback ride through gentle rolling hills… golf in the splendor of the Berkshires… soar above it all in a hot air balloon… or explore the caves of the Berkshire Mountains with experienced spelunkers.
For the lover of music and the performing arts, Tanglewood (Boston Symphony Orchestra), Jacobs Pillow Dance, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Shakespeare & Company, Berkshire Theater Festival, Music Mountain, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Berkshire Choral Festival, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Winterhawke Festival, Tri-Arts at the Sharon Playhouse and Live Theater are within easy reach… You will also enjoy a wonderful outing at Norman Rockwell Museum, Chesterwood Estate & Museum, plus many others.
Plus Antiquing and Shopping… Art Galleries, Antique Shops, and Wineries abound.
For a day of excitement, consider one of the oldest and most scenic sport car race tracks in America, Lime Rock Park Race Track, or try your hand at the wheel at the Skip Barber Racing School and Skip Barber Driving School.
And don’t forget winter activities such as skating, cross-country skiing, snowhoarding, and downhill skiing at nearby Catamount, Mohawk Mountain, and Butternut Mountain.
And, for those who just want to get away from it all, there’s fine dining galore and time to sink back, relax, and savor the tranquility and simplicity of a quiet New England setting.