Saturday, June 2, 2007, 03:04 PM - ConnecticutWhen it comes to the Northeast, Connecticut is an underappreciated state particularly in the fall. Once in your life, you should travel to the state to watch the brilliant colors when the leaves turn.
Places to Stay in Connecticut in Your RV
Connecticut, located in the New England region of the United States, is a state that is full of historical significance and charm. One of the many states in this region that offers a glimpse into the past of the US, Connecticut also offers RV vacationers beautiful scenery and outdoor activities to take part in. From the spring through the fall, this state is a great place to take a recreational vehicle, and the many Connecticut RV facilities sprinkled throughout the state make it an easy place to take your next RV family trip.
The Mystic Country region of Connecticut has a lot to offer those who like diversity in their vacations. From two of the largest Native American casinos in New England (Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods) to the quaint charm of the town of Mystic with its marina and small shops, this region is a good spot to start your tour of this state. There are several of RV facilities located here for you to stay at, all with different amenities and sizes of parks to suit any needs. One example of a good park to check into is the Brialee RV and Tent Park, located in the Natchaug State Forest.
The Brialee RV and Tent Park, which is open seasonally from April 1 through October 31, offers families a full experience as well as a place to spend the night. With 195 sites located within an area of 120 acres, there are plenty of places to choose from in this park to find your perfect camp. Water, electric and some sewer sites are available, and all of the RV spots are pull through sites. Wireless Internet and cable TV are both available on select sites. You have your choice of a sunny spot or shady wooded area for your RV parking needs, and for those who don't have an RV but would like to experience one, the Brialee also rents RV's.
There is more to the Brialee RV and Tent Park, however, than just the spots where you spend the night. What makes this park unique among others is the fact that they employ two full time recreational counselors so that there can be many different activities for both children and adults who stay at the park. Side trips, ceramics and other craft classes, and swimming and fishing are just some of the recreational activities available to the guests of this RV park. They also have the ability to accommodate group activities and groups of RV vacationers – so think of this area when you plan your next family reunion.
Choosing Connecticut for your next family vacation can be fun and easy. Close to many other states in the New England area (and even to New York City), an RV vacation to this state will be fun for the entire family, no matter what the age range.
By: Adrien White
Adrien White is with RV Rentals for You - information on Connecticut RV rentals, dealers, parks and more.
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