Two Trees Inn at Foxwoods Resort Casino
At the inn, guests can relax away from the bustle of the nearby Foxwoods Resort Casino. The inn’s lush grounds are dotted with a white gazebo and charming water features. In the lobby, brown leather chairs surround a stone fireplace—the perfect spot for reading or sipping a cup of coffee. Guest rooms offer ample space for taking it easy after a long day of gaming or exploring local museums.
- A 24-hour shuttle makes it easy to get to and from the Foxwoods Resort Casino.
- Classic and new video games: A multilevel arcade in the Great Cedar Hotel lobby features classic titles, interactive games, pinball, and games to win tickets to redeem prizes.
- Get your adrenaline pumping with the Sky Launch or Sky Drop at Foxwoods Thrill Tower (additional fee) or HighFlyer Zipline (additional fee). Both attractions are closed seasonally and open in the spring.
- Take a dip in the heated indoor pool.
- $15 dining credit per stay: Redeem your dining credit at any onsite eatery, including Alta Strada (not valid at Tanger Outlets’ fast food restaurants, Burger King at Pequot Outpost, or Guy Fieri’s Foxwoods Kitchen + Bar).
- See beluga whales and jellyfish at the Mystic Aquarium.
- Spend a day shopping at the nearby Tanger Outlets.
Mashantucket, Connecticut: Forested Homeland of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe
The scenery in Mashantucket is characterized by dense birch, maple, and sassafras forests that cover a broad swath of southeast Connecticut. This rugged wilderness is home to the Mashantucket Pequot tribe and has been since 1666. Visitors can learn about the reservation’s history through lifelike dioramas, Native American art, and artifacts at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center on the north side of town. Climb to the top of the museum’s 185-foot tower to see panoramic views of the wooded landscape and nearby swamplands.
Mashantucket is also just a 15-minute drive from the coast. Head to Bluff Point State Park to enjoy forested hiking and biking trails that lead to a mile of sandy, secluded beachfront. A few miles north, the town of Mystic preserves the feel of 18th-century coastal New England. You can get a feel for early life here by exploring the old-timey shops at Olde Mistick Village or visiting the Museum of America and the Sea, which chronicles the area’s maritime history.