Sports & Leisure in Connecticut
UConn Victory Parade
UConn Victory Parade scheduled in Hartford, Connecticut, to honor UConn Huskies 2011 NCAA men's basketball national champions.
WNBA Basketball In Connecticut
Connecticut Sun, Connecticut's WNBA women's professional basketball team, plays home games at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. The WNBA awarded a professional women's basketball team to Connecticut in 2003. The Connecticut Sun is owned and operated by the Mohegan Sun.
Rentschler Field Tailgating Rules
If you plan to tailgate at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut, before a UConn Huskies football game or another event, read these tailgating rules first so that you'll know what is and is not allowed.
A Virtual Tour of Rentschler Field
Rentschler field opened in 2003 as the new stadium home of the UConn Huskies' Division IA football team. A public open house was held at the stadium on June 14, 2003, and here is a virtual photo tour of the stadium, including the skybox seats. You'll also find the 2007 football schedule along with general information about Rentschler Field.
A Walk in the Park
There are five Connecticut State Parks in Hartford County--they're perfect places for a walk in the park. Here's your guide to hiking and other activities in the state parks in the Greater Hartford area.
Obtain a Connecticut Boating License
Connecticut Boating License information. A simple how to on obtaining a certificate of personal watercraft operation and/or a Safe Boating Certificate, required for all operators of boats in Connecticut.
New Haven Open at Yale: World-Class Tennis in an Intimate Connecticut Setting
New Haven Open at Yale 2011 (formerly Pilot Pen Tennis Tournament) guide for visitors. New Haven Open in New Haven, Connecticut, is once again solely a women's tennis tournament and is the final tournament in the six-week US Open Series leading into the US Open. Because it is considered a warm-up for the US Open, the New Haven Open draws many of...
Travelers Championship 2009
Travelers Championship 2009 guide. The PGA Tour comes to Hartford as the Travelers Championship, formerly the Greater Hartford Open (GHO) and the Buick Championship, gets underway June 22, 2009. Don't miss this historic golf tournament, which is Hartford's largest single sports event of the year.
11 Quick Tips for Attending the Travelers Championship
Travelers Championship tips for spectators. If you're heading to the Travelers Championship for one of the competition rounds, here are a few tips to help you navigate the tournament and make the most of your spectator experience.
Connecticut's Biggest Beach
The two-mile-long sandy beach at Hammonasset State Park in Madison is the place to head when it's hot and humid in Connecticut. Here's a quick guide to visiting Connecticut's biggest beach.
Farmington River Tubing
Tubing on the Farmington River is a great way to cool down on a hot summer day in the Hartford, Connecticut, area. Here's your guide to Farmington River tubing including where to go, what it costs, how to dress and other tips for a safe and fun tubing adventure on the Farmington.
Foxwoods: A Complete Guide
From your About Guide, did you know that Connecticut's Foxwoods is the largest casino in the world? Here's everything you'll need to plan your Foxwoods Casino trip.
Ride this antique 1914 carousel in Hartford, Connecticut's Bushnell Park. Operates late April through October.
The nation's oldest amusement park, Lake Compounce, is located in Bristol in the southwest corner of Hartford County, Connecticut.
Mohegan Sun: A Complete Guide
From your About Guide, Mohegan Sun Casino gives nearby Foxwoods a run for its money. Here's your complete guide to Connecticut's "other" casino.
Scenic Spot: Chapman Falls
Chapman Falls, located within Devil's Hopyard State Park in East Haddam, Connecticut, is one of the state's most picturesque waterfalls and a perfect destination for photographers and anyone who'd like to find a scenic gem at the end of a short, easy hike in the great outdoors.
Explore Connecticut's Outdoors
"Nature Walks in Connecticut" is packed with 45 suggested routes for walking and exploring Connecticut's outdoors. Here's my review.
The J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum on the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs commemorates great moments in UConn athletics.
Skip Barber Racing School
Your car racing fantasies can come true at the famous Skip Barber Racing School which offers three- and five-day racing schools at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut.