Completely Completing Killingly (and Therefore Danielson too)
Yes, you’ve read that correctly. I plan on “completing” Killingly… as well as the other 168 towns, cities, and boroughs in Connecticut. After all, that is the ultimate goal of CTMQ.
I began writing this site in September of 2006 with one very young son and full head of dark hair. I have no idea when I’ll “complete” Killingly, let alone the whole state, but there’s no use worrying about that for now.
What do you know about the town which is actually Killingly and not Danielson (or Dayville for that matter)? 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 Killingly Stuff (29)
Links take you to my reports
Killingly Historical Society Museum(s)
Spirol Art Gallery
Hikes & Paddles
Killingly Pond State Park
Old Furnace State Park
Quinebaug Lake State Park
Ross Pond State Park
Ross Marsh WMA
Old Furnace Trail
North-South Trail section
Wyndham Land Trust – Intro
Edward R. Laby Preserve
Yosemite Valley Preserve
Wolf Den Land Trust – Intro
The Rainsford B. Sherman Memorial Forest
Killingly’s Town Trails – Intro
Owen Bell Park
Quinebaug River Kayak
Food & Drink
Other Stuff, Often the Best Stuff
118-Year-old Lemon Tree
Misty Highland Farm
Ring in the Dead by J.A. Jance
Completion Celebration Meal & Killingly Wrap-Up