Connecticut Travel GuideWhen to visit Connecticut
With more than 90 parks and forests and two very popular casinos, Connecticut has plenty of activities to offer year-round. Some travelers enjoy the cold winters by visiting one of the seven ski areas, while many others come for outdoor activities like fishing during the warm summer. The spring shoulder season offers reduced prices for those willing to chance the unpredictable weather, and fall foliage brings in droves of leaf-peepers.
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