Rocky Hill, Connecticut has all the things typical New England towns have: great schools, a colorful history, small neighborhoods, a town center, and several local parks. But Rocky Hill has something no other New England town has — dinosaur tracks.
Dinosaur State Park is one of the largest dinosaur track sites in North America. Open year-round, visitors can marvel at the tracks, visit the arboretum’s 250-plus species of plant families that appeared during the age of dinosaurs, hike the trails, and mine for gems and fossils in spring and summer.
Located on the Connecticut River, Rocky Hill was first settled in 1650. Today, residents can take a walking tour and view several historical sites.
Situated just 30 miles northeast of New Haven and six miles south of Hartford, renting apartments in this New England town gives new residents access to Long Island Sound, the mountains, busy downtown areas, and unique parks.