716 New Haven Road, Naugatuck, CT, US, 06770

  • Phone: (203) 723-9356
  • Fax: (203) 723-9825
Green Hotel

Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Middlebury Racquet Club

    Six indoor tennis courts are available at this facility that also offers a variety of clinics and lessons. A fully stocked pro shop is on site.

    950 Southford Road
    Middlebury, Connecticut 06762

    »Lakewood Lanes

    Bowling alley offering adult and junior leagues, bumper and galaxy bowling, and snack bar.

    694 Lakewood Road
    Waterbury, Connecticut 06704

    »Mountains Unlimited

    Enjoy white-water rafting on rivers across the state for all ages and levels, no experience necessary.

    336 Lakewood Road
    Waterbury, Connecticut 06704

    »West Rock Ridge State Park

    This state park, like its sister East Rock Park, offers a spectacular overview of the city of New Haven and its environs. The park is the creation of a more tumultuous time, a ridge of basalt rock forced skyward by volcanic action about 200 million years ago. The 1,500-acre park is located at the apex, where visitors can enjoy miles of hiking trails, picnic areas and a fishing pond. The infamous Judges Cave is located here, where, in 1660, Edward Whalley, John Dixwell and William Goffe eluded capture by royal bounty hunters. The three men had been among the signers of the death warrant against England's King Charles. Opens daily at 8am.

    Baldwin Drive
    Woodbridge, CT 6515

    »Sleeping Giant State Park

    Sleeping Giant State Park lives up to its billing as a wilderness park and is a great get-a-way to the country. There are an abundance of hiking trails and picnic areas that add up to 32 miles of wilderness. If you go, fishing gear in hand, the trout-stocked river will fulfill your fishing dreams; if you do not plan a fishing excursion, tote along your camera, climb the tower trail and head to the stone tower where you can catch a panoramic view of the countryside.

    200 Mount Carmel Avenue
    Hamden, CT 06518

    »Mount Southington

    Established in 1964. Mount Southington is the go-to spot for Plantsville and its surrounding areas  for winter sports. The ski area is equipped with modern facilities and numerous trails to suit every kind of skier. For those new to winter sports, the resort also offers extensive lessons.

    396 Mount Vernon Road
    Meriden, CT 06479

    »The Course at Yale

    Sprawling over 6,749 yards, the The Course at Yale is an 18-hole golf course. Opened in 1924, this grand golf course was designed by Charles Blair McDonald. This spacious golf course also features the picturesque Geirst Pond, which makes it an ideal place for events like receptions or weddings. The lush green golf course is enhanced by colored plants and flowers which add to its beauty and charm.

    200 Conrad Drive
    New Haven, CT 06515

    »Crestbrook Park Golf Course

    Eighteen hole public golf course featuring a driving range, chipping and putting green, pro shop, and a restaurant.

    834 Northfield Road
    Waterbury, Connecticut 06795

    »Marsh Botanical Garden

    Marsh Botanical Garden is situated within the precincts of Yale University. Its name pays tribute to Othniel Charles Marsh, who bestowed this property upon the university. Beatrix Farrand planned the landscape of the garden that houses a wide variety of plant species. Faculty, students, nature lovers, researchers and many other visitors head to this botanical gardens that has four greenhouses, perennial beds, seasonal plants and much more.

    227 Mansfield Street
    New Haven, CT 06511

    »East Rock Park

    An easy drive from downtown New Haven, this park is a beautiful respite from the harried city pace. As you meander along the curved, tree-lined roads up to the summit, you will be greeted by a spectacular view of the city, Long Island Sound and the New Haven Harbor. There is a prized bird sanctuary, picnic and playground facilities, and if you are in the mood for a brisk walk, there are 10 miles of hiking trails. Enjoy the great outdoors right in the city.

    41 Cold Spring Street
    New Haven, CT 06511

    »Ingalls Rink

    The David S. Ingalls Rink in Yale University is a specimen of great architecture. Designed by Eero Saarinen, the structure has been inspired by the sport of skating. It has been the venue for many an exciting men's and women's hoceky games. An audience of 3,486 can be seated in the hall, while there are three locker rooms for the players. The rink is well-lit and has good facilities. A special mention must be made of the reception room which proudly displays photographs of previous games. The rink is open 18 hours a day. Call for details.

    73 Sachem Street
    New Haven, CT 06510

    »Hubbard Park

    Located just a few miles from the urban hustle-bustle of Meriden, Connecticut, lies a beautiful park with gentle hillocks, streaming rivulets, crystal clear lakes, awe inspiring cliffs, meandering trails and vibrant gardens. The Hubbard Park makes for an ideal spot for a picnic with family or friends. Recreation activities like hiking, bicycling and cross country skiing in the winter make it a fun destination. Also, the park has been the venue for many concerts and shows.

    W Peak Drive
    Meriden, CT 06037
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