An Accessible Boardwalk Trail In Connecticut, The Wheels In The Woods Trail Is Full Of Enchanting Views

ONLY IN YOUR STATE Connecticut by Elisa Regulski

The Stamford Museum and Nature Center is home to gorgeous views, fascinating wildlife, and historical homes. But these aren’t the only exciting attractions inside this beloved Connecticut destination. Here, you’ll also find The Wheels In The Woods Trail, a completely accessible boardwalk trail that’s surrounded by astonishing sights. Call up your fellow nature lovers and enjoy the enchanting views. Everyone should experience this hiking trail at least once!

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Nutmeggers travel from all across the state to enjoy the amazing views at The Stamford Museum and Nature Center.
One of the best parts of this Connecticut attraction is the universally accessible Wheels In The Woods Trail.
A gorgeous boardwalk weaves through a woodland paradise, complete with rushing creeks and fragrant flowers.
Little ones love rushing through the ramps and playing among the trees.
Along the journey, you’ll pass by Poorhouse Brook.
Listen to the relaxing sounds of nature surround you.
This is just one more reason to love The Stamford Museum and Nature Center in Connecticut!

Have you ever explored this accessible hiking trail in Connecticut? What’s your favorite outdoor destination in the Nutmeg State?

Address: 39 Scofieldtown Rd, Stamford, CT 06903, USA

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