Redding is known as the “Vermont of Connecticut” because of its beautiful open spaces and small-town vibe.

More than 25 percent of Redding is permanently preserved open space, with acres of woods and miles of hiking and biking trails. That contributes to its charm and quaint feel, but don’t let that fool you: You can find everything you want and need nearby, including shopping, restaurants, arts, entertainment and culture.

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The Silvermine Art Center in New Canaan, CT. Photo courtesy Silvermine Art Center/Jeremy Saladyga.

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Kirby & Louise Klump enjoying their bikes on the Meadow Ridge campus.

Mark Twain Library Book Fair

Annual Mark Twain Library book fair. Photo courtesy of the Mark Twain Library.

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Aldrich Museum photo

Explore several nearby attractions in our local area.

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Richter Park Golf Course
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Ridgefield Playhouse
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Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
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Keeler Tavern Museum
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Tarrywile Park & Mansion
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Danbury Fair Mall

Find even more to see and do by taking day trips.

Venture a bit further out from convenient Redding and take a drive to Westport (15 minutes), Yale (60 minutes) or New York City (90 minutes). If you don’t want to drive, the Metro-North train station is less than 15 minutes away.

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Expect nothing less than the best activities and amenities.

One of the best things about New England living is the change of seasons. Each one is special in its own way, but spring and summer are favored by residents who are enthusiastic about tennis, hiking, biking and enjoying the outdoors. Of course, golf is a favorite, too, and there are courses in and around Redding, so it’s easy to play a round of golf when you want.

sunrise over a sand trap at the local golf course

See Meadow Ridge and the local community.