Limited availability so not listed on Amazon.  

201+ Things-To-Do In and Around Sherman, Connecticut

If you are considering a visit to Northwest Connecticut and you want to experience this unique slice of America like a local, you’ll want to acquire 201+ Things-To-Do In and Around Sherman, CT. Sherman, a town located about 60 miles north of New York City, situated in the Litchfield Hills along the banks of Candlewood Lake, serves as a gateway to New England. The town is named after a former resident, Roger Sherman, an important delegate to the Continental Congress in 1776.


Across the book’s fourteen categories and nearly 100 pages of insights, you uncover hidden gems of delight. The book, without any advertising or sponsorship incentives, gives its readers advanced insight on day trips into the New York and Connecticut countryside. Each listing contains the GPS data points, telephone number, website and a brief highlight of the idea to help you select the weekend’s adventure.


Who knew there was a World Heritage site within a 90-minute drive east of Sherman? You’ll learn about restaurants that don’t have a website and don’t use a menu yet require reservations weeks in advance.  The book identifies surprising options: incredible obscure chocolatiers, handmade ice cream to dream about, gardens that rank nationally, Candlewood Lake adventures or active family experiences that can create memories – it’s all there.


The guide was published in March 2018 with limited availability.

Available locally at the IGA, Happy Rainbows and the Sherman Old Store Gift Shop.

Sample page of  chocolate destinations.