Discovering the National Heritage Corridor in The Last Green Valley
What is the Last Green Valley?
The Last Green Valley is the 35-town National Heritage Corridor in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts. It’s also a member supported, non-profit stewardship organization working for you in the National Heritage Corridor. We help you to care for it, enjoy it, and pass it on.
With almost 2 million visitors last year, The Last Green Valley has something for everyone.
♦ Learn what eating local is all about
♦ Paddle the National Recreation Water Trails on the Quinebaug and Willimantic Rivers
♦ Explore the local history that helped launch this nation
♦ Discover the Route 169 National Scenic Byway
♦ Visit a farm, and get lost in a corn maze
♦ Hike through miles of forested trails
♦ Browse our intriguing and unique shops
♦ And then enjoy the comfort of one of our charming inns.
Ashford – Brimfield – Brooklyn – Canterbury – Chaplin – Charlton – Coventry
Dudley – East Brookfield – Eastford – Franklin – Griswold – Hampton – Holland – Killingly
Lebanon – Lisbon – Mansfield – Norwich – Oxford – Plainfield – Pomfret – Preston
Putnam – Scotland – Southbridge – Sprague – Sterling – Sturbridge – Thompson
Union – Voluntown – Webster – Windham – Woodstock