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Visiting Connecticut on Your Next Road Trip
Connecticut may be small, but its tourist attraction is big! Hospitable to RVers and campers, Connecticut campgrounds and Connecticut RV camping resorts abound for the road traveler.
Interstate 95 skirts the southern coast of Connecticut, providing exits at a number of the state’s attractions along its southern shore. The Thimbles, a cluster of more than 300 islands located near the center of the state's southern shore, is where visitors can board a tour boat to take in the natural splendor of their surroundings or possibly catch a glimpse of the area's whale population.
Dinosaur State Park is just a few miles south of Hartford. You can view more than 500 tracks left by prehistoric creatures that once ruled the region. Today, the dinosaur-free park offers miles of hiking trails which double as splendid cross-country skiing trails during the winter. The northwest corner of the state holds some of Connecticut's best scenic roads. The Litchfield Hills offer miles of driving through meandering forests and hillsides with the added bonus of several quaint villages.
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