The Quiet Corner, Northeast Connecticut Topo Map

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Route 169 is as scenic a back road as you will find in southern New England and it is an easy drive from the New York City area or from southeast Connecticut. Rolling hills, village greens, woodland trails and a diverse assortment of historic sites await your discovery. Some truly first-class inns, restaurants and shops are in this pocket of Connecticut called “The Quiet Corner.” This eTrail is a scenic drive with detailed information on the New England towns of Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, and Woodstock. Highlights: Hayrides, hilltop views, quiet villages, Prudence Crandall Museum, Roseland Cottage, Old Trinity Church, pumpkin picking, a wolf’s den, nature trails, Golden Lamb at Hillandale Farm, art museums, apple orchards, Brayton Gristmill and more.
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Canterbury, Connecticut

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