Visit a National Park -- right here in Connecticut!

Weir Farm Have you ever wished that you could walk right into a painting? At Weir Farm National Historic Site, you can. At the farm, artwork becomes an interactive experience. By melding art, history, and nature, Weir Farm enables scouts to step back into a landscape that inspired three generations of artists and countless works of art. Weir Farm has a new Junior Ranger program where you can earn a Junior Ranger patch and certificate by completing 1 of 3 Junior Ranger Activities.



Dance with Wolves

Wolf Conservation Center The Wolf Conservation Center promotes wolf conservation by teaching about wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in protecting their future.

They offer different programs onsite to cater to specific age levels. Program lengths vary but generally run approximately 1.5 hours.

Pre-registration is required for all onsite visits.



Visit one of the Many Farms in the Area

Jones Farm Jones Family Farms is a 400-acre working farm with seasonal activities your scouts are sure to enjoy.

Another great choice for apple picking and a great tour of a working apple orchard is Blue Jay Orchards in Bethel.

Plasko's Farm in Trumbull has a challenging Corn Maze in the fall that is always a favorite with the girls. Book Monday-Thursday for your exclusive use of the maze.




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