Everything Deep River
I’ve been exploring and writing about Connecticut since 2006. After a decade, I began compiling CTMQ guides for each town in the state. I plan on “completing” Deep River CTMQ-style… as well as the other 168 towns, cities, and boroughs in Connecticut. After all, that is the ultimate goal of CTMQ.
What do you know about the town most famous for its role in the ivory trade? You can scroll down for my list of things to do in town. Or, as always, you can click on the town’s tag to see what I’ve done.
If I’ve missed anything in town or if anything has closed or changed, please let me know.
All The CTMQ Deep River Stuff
Links take you to my reports.
Deep River Historical Society at Stone House
Nautical Arts Workshop Gallery
Cockaponset State Forest – Intro
- Spruce Ledge -Tower Hill Section
Weber Woods Parcel
Deep River Land Trust Trails – Intro
- Florence Bidwell Sanctuary
George C. Lyon Nature Preserve
Pratt Cove Marsh
Union Street Trail
Deep River’s Town Trails – Intro
- Bushy Hill Nature Center
Canfield Woods Nature Preserve (Essex Land Trust)
Food & Drink
High Nine Brewing
Looking for your favorite restaurant? Here is an explanation as to why it’s not here.
World’s Oldest: Deep River Ancient Muster
US Oldest: Incarnation Camp
Underground Railroad Trail: William Winters Neighborhood
The Grave of XYZ
Elephant Statue and Plaque
Wee Hoose of Supplies
Scandinavian United Society’s Dick Rankin Room
Becky Thatcher Riverboat Ride!
Essex Steam Train Ride!
Completion Celebration Meal & Deep River Wrap-Up
Whistle Stop Cafe