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Colonel Ledyard Park
Between Route 117 and Colonel Ledyard Highway
Ledyard, CT 06339
Between Route 117 and Colonel Ledyard Highway. 131 forested acres containing ball fields, tennis courts, pavilions, gazebo, picnic areas, gardening demonstration site for deer resistant landscaping/tick reduction which is a Ledge Light Health District Project (2001 or 2002) as well as Colonel Ledyard Park Trail, approximately 1.5 mile loop. When ball fields not in use, these open areas are great places to walk if one does not prefer the woods. However, Colonel Ledyard Park Trail is a wide loop trail (redone by Eagle Scout project) over undulating terrain in lovely forest setting, enhanced by beautiful stone walls, brooks, an old hand-dug well site, and old stone foundation site with signage pointing out these particular areas.
Connecticut Explorer's Guide
Ledyard, CT 06339
Link: Connecticut Explorer's Guide
An outdoor adventure resource! Featuring free online maps and guides for outdoor adventure sports: hiking, backpacking, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, road cycling, horseback riding, rock climbing, bouldering, and camping. Many hiking trail maps may also be used for mountain biking and horseback riding. These trails were mapped by ctxguide and created using National Geographic TOPO! software. Most maps and trails are interactive and may be zoomed to show detail. e!
Connecticut Wine Trail Association
Ledyard, CT 06339
Link: Connecticut Wine Trail Association
Follow the trail of the vine as it winds through some of the most picturesque towns in Connecticut. The Connecticut Wine Trail is a unique collection of Twenty Vineyards, each ready to welcome you with hospitality and exceptional award winning wines. The trail is divided into two sections, East and West. To fully enjoy the Wine Trail, plan a few weekends to experience all that each winery has to offer. We invite you to explore this site and see where the trail leads you. You'll find more than just great wine!
Foxwoods Resort Casino
350 Trolley Line Boulevard
P. O. Box 3777
Mashantucket, CT 06338
Phone: 800-FOXWOODS
Link: Foxwoods Resort Casino
Foxwoods is the largest casino in the world, with 340,000 square feet of gaming space in a complex that covers 4.7 million square feet.
Highland Lake Park
639 Shewville Road
Ledyard, CT 06339
Since assuming ownership of this area, new swings, a playground set, a small pavilion, picnic tables, cooking grills and fencing have been added. Three water aerators were recently installed. Ledge Light Health District has declared the lake healthy. This facility is now open for swimming.
Ledyard Glacial Park
Junction of Vinegar Hill Road and Whalehead Road
Ledyard, CT 06339
Near junction of Vinegar Hill Road and Whalehead Road. Twenty-one and a half acres containing Ledyard’s unique glacial remains. Main trail is about ¾ mile and takes you down into the rocky ravine. Alternate trail is about ¾ mile as well and follows the edge of the boulder moraine.
Ledyard Historical Society
Kit Foster
P.O. Box 411
Ledyard, CT 06339

Link: Ledyard Historical Society
Founded in 1964, the Ledyard Historical Society seeks to preserve and protect the history of Ledyard and Gales Ferry, Connecticut, to educate and promote pride in our town’s cultural heritage.
Ledyard Up-Down Sawmill
Sawmill Park, Route 214 (Iron Street)
Ledyard, CT 06339

Link: Ledyard Up-Down Sawmill
The Ledyard Up-Down sawmill is a rare surviving example of a technology that was once commonplace – a water-powered up-and-down, or sash-type sawmill. The sawmill still operates using the original machinery that dates from just after the Civil War – some of the equipment is likely even older. The sawmill is operating and open to the public Saturdays 1:00–4:00 p.m. in April and May, and October and November when we have a reasonable guarantee that there will be sufficient water in the pond to drive the saw.
Mashantucket Museum & Research Center
110 Pequot Trail
P.O. Box 3180
Mashantucket, CT 06338
Phone: 860-411-9671
Link: Mashantucket Museum & Research Center
The center offers engaging experiences for all ages, from life-size walk-through dioramas that transport visitors into the past, to changing exhibits and live performances of contemporary arts and cultures. Extensive interactive exhibits depict 18,000 years of Native and natural history, while two libraries, including one for children, offer a diverse selection of materials on the histories and cultures of all Native peoples of the United States and Canada.
Maugle Sierra Vineyards & Winery
Paul & Betty Maugle
825 Colonel Ledyard Highway
Ledyard, CT 06339
Phone: 860-464-2987
Fax: 860-464-8212

Link: Maugle Sierra Vineyards & Winery
Established in 2002, by Paul & Betty Maugle, Maugle Sierra Vineyards is dedicated to producing premium Connecticut Grown wines. With 11 acres in grape production, including St. Croix grapes to Traminette and Cayuga vines, with more added each year, Maugle Sierra Vinyards is a must see for visitors. Specializes in Connecticut grown wines, wine grapes, local cheeses, wine festivals, music in the vineyard, and other events. Farm Stand: the vineyards and farm winery are open year-round, Saturdays and Sundays 11 AM to 5 PM. Beginning each April thru to November 23rd the winery is also open Thursday and Friday 12 Noon until 6 PM.
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