Nestled on the western edge of Connecticut's Litchfield Hills in the Housatonic River Valley, the town of Cornwall is a gem not to be missed! Its quaint, pastoral charms are complimented by recreational fun no matter the season. Settled in 1739 and largely a farming community until the 1940s, Cornwall today is dotted with antiques stores and the workshops of highly skilled craftspeople and artists.
Representational sculptor working in bronze and steel, specializing in life size fabricated metal figures. Visit his workshop and home where you can view and purchase metal sculpture.
3 Carter Road
Canoe, kayak and raft on the beautiful Housatonic River! Offering Spring whitewater rafting. Take Kayak Lessons.And shop in our store for canoe and kayak equipment.
163 Route 7
Cornwall Co-Op Farm Market
Local Produce, Baked Goods, Hand-Crafted Products and Herbs. Come visit the Greenist Town in CT!
May - October
Cornwall Farm Market
Saturday from 10AM-1PM. May-October.
Wish House Lawn near Covered Bridge
413 Sharon Goshen Turnpike
Since 1993 owner Rob Nicholas has been guiding and teaching the sport of fly fishing to all skill levels from beginner to expert on both the Housatonic and Farmington rivers.
26 Bolton Hill Road
Housatonic River Outfitters
A full service fly shop, outfitter and guide service we are your fly-fishing resource, supplying you with the finest quality equipment, trips and information.
24 Kent Road
A marked hiking trail in the eastern United States extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine running through many towns in the Berkshires.
Cornwall Bridge Pottery
“Best American Country” Architectural Digest. Workshop and showroom. Visitors welcome.
69 Kent Road South
Clive Lodge Horticultural Services
A highly experienced landscaping company boasting a client list including public figures and home owners. We offer the same high end service to all of our clients.
P O Box 197
Mohawk State Forest
One of the state's largest parks it offers hikers a 30 mile trail system, traversing open fields, deep forests and steep mountainsides. The views are spectacular.