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White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield

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  • We often walk here and enjoy the area. The boardwalk around the lake is great, it really helps you get into areas and see things normally had to see near the marshy land. Plus, many places to eat and ...  more »
  • White Memorial is a beautiful 4,000 acre piece of paradise in beautiful northwestern Connecticut. If you are an outdoor enthusiast and nature lover, it is a must visit. They also have great educationa...  more »
  • White Memorial is for all ages. There are many trails for any skill level. The museum is full is very interesting facts along with fun sights for young children.  more »
  • There arent a ton of high overlook views, but the preserve itself is my favorite by far. The many of the trails are wide and make for great biking. You can see through the forest under the pines, the walks through the wetlands are magical and the smells of the forest are amazing. There is an owl and a hawk you can quietly admire in their large cages by the museum. I keep walking though clouds of sweet grape smell when I'm here, what is it!
  • One of the best nature parks in the state. Incredible trail network thought the pines. Favorite spots: ✓ The Boardwalk ✓ Chickadee Bridge ✓ The Ice House Ruins The trails are well marked and well kept by volunteers. The boardwalk is a must see adventure through the marsh. A little know treat is the "Ice House Ruins" which is a short hike from the main office / parking area. That is where they used to pull ice out of Bantam Lake in the late 1800's.
  • The White Memorial is perhaps the best park in the State of Connecticut, and it is privately run, take that DEEP. From the miles of hiking trails to the miles of river and the miles of lake shore line and everything in between there is a lot to see here and something for just about everyone. Worth the trip especially if you are a kayaker.
  • Great trails avaliable here. Not as picturesque as other places.
  • The most beautiful and lively wilderness area in CT.