Hiking is a rejuvenating experience in every season; nevertheless, it’s easy to fall in love with spring when heading out to the serene wilderness near Old Saybrook CT. At Saybrook Point Inn, Marina & Spa, we’re no stranger to breathtaking views and would like to share our favorite hidden gems with you! As you make your way through the local trails, you’ll be subject to the alluring sounds of nature, earthy smells of springtime, and grazing wildlife! When you’re wondering what to do in Connecticut, a tranquil hike will make it to the top of your list as we take a more in-depth look on where to get out and stretch your legs!
Saybrook Point Inn, Marina, & Spa is nestled between the tranquil Connecticut River and the vast Long Island Sound within minutes of Old Saybrook’s most popular attractions, such as “The Kate,” Harvey’s Beach, Fenwick Golf Course, and Gillette Castle State Park. But today, we would like to draw your attention to Old Saybrook’s lesser-known Connecticut attractions. With so many things to do in CT, sometimes it’s nice to visit a local establishment before it becomes the “next big thing.”
We’re fast approaching the most romantic season of the year. February’s “Month of Love” is the perfect excuse for a well-deserved romantic escape to historic Old Saybrook, CT. Saybrook Point Inn, Marina, & Spa provides loving couples with rejuvenating spa treatments, fine dining, and luxurious guest suites. We’re also minutes from several of the area’s best wintertime attractions.