South Litchfield Hills Scenic Drive Professional Review and Guide
"This 58-mile loop drive travels across scenic hills and valleys, through historic Litchfield, then follows the Housatonic River valley south to New Milford. Sprawling across northwestern Connecticut, the Litchfield Hills form one of New England’s most charming landscapes. The rounded, rolling hills are broken by sharp wooded vales and transected through their pastoral heart by the broad Housatonic River.
The South Litchfield Hills drive, a 58-mile loop that begins in New Milford, travels across rustic countryside, explores picturesque towns, and discovers natural wonders and hidden beauty. Special attractions: Litchfield, Kent, Kent Falls State Park, Housatonic River, St. John’s Ledges, Bull’s Bridge, Macedonia Brook State Park, Kent, Sloane-Stanley Museum, Mount Tom State Park, White Memorial Conservation Center, Lake Waramaug State Park, Mohawk State Forest, Appalachian Trail, hiking, camping, fishing, canoeing, rock climbing, and nature study. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."