- The list below includes 205 free or cheap things to do in or near Litchfield, Connecticut, including 117 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From Big Cathedral Trail to White Memorial Conservation Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Litchfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Hartford, Simsbury, Bristol and Kent.
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Riverside Drive, Saugerties, NY 12477 MoreLess Info
George J. Terpening Sr. Memorial Park in Malden is a relatively little park that offers some nice views of the Hudson River. The park has a boat launch with concrete ramp and dock, picnic tables and is right on the water.
Picturesque gardens, lily pad filled ponds and scenic walking trails make up Saugerties Seamon Park. An ideal picnic location, the park is decorated with brightly colored mums, statues and an historical water wheel.
New and experienced home brewers and winemakers will find a treasure trove of equipment, supplies, and knowledgeable staff at Stomp N Crush. The store also hosts winemaking classes and meetings of the Maniacal Association of Shoreline Homebrewers.
A 16-screen movie theater, Eastfield 16 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, self-service ticketing, a game room and a lobby cafe with food and drinks.
Carla Goldberg Studio Art features the works of Carla Goldberg, a mixed media fine artist who works with resins, acrylics, ground glass, enamel, and other materials and techniques. Studio visits are available by appointment.
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127 Warren Landing Road, Garrison, NY 10524 MoreLess Info
A 270 acre bird and wildlife habitat, Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary provide opportunities for hiking, bird watching, and photography. The center also offers guided tours, canoe trips, and an education center pertaining to the marsh.
Situated along the Hudson River, Little Stony Point Park provides beach access as well as clifftop views. The park features a one-mile loop trail that takes visitors along the shoreline and through wooded terrain.
There is no better way to witness the scenic beauty of the Hudson Highlands than by booking a Pride of the Hudson river cruise. Also, available to charter for your special event, book today and enjoy a day to remember.
I Paddle New York - Day Tours offers kayak tours that include views of the Saugerties Lighthouse, Cantine Falls, and Esopus Bend Nature Preserve. Bald eagles, blue Herons, and swans can all be seen on the tours.