Lebanon, CT

The center of town resembles many picturesque New England villages with a library, churches and town hall clustered around the green. But this town green is very different. A mile in length and with a major portion still in agricultural use, the Lebanon Green is unique because of its size, its preservation as an example of an early town settlement and its assocation with the great events in the American Revolution. As the home of the War Governor, the town was the focal point of Connecticut’s constributions to the patriot cause, earning Lebanon its place in history as “the heatbeat of the Revolution.”

Along The Trail

Lebanon Historical Society Museum & Visitor Center

856 Trumbull Hwy.

Explore Connecticut’s Revolutionary past and the town’s history; visitor center. Hands-on room, exhibits, genealogy library, shop.

Lebanon Green Vineyards

589 Exeter Rd.

In our vineyard we have been experimenting and growing the best wine grapes for our terroir. The quality of our grapes continue to improve as we learn what makes them thrive in Lebanon, CT. We have chosen a variety of French hybrid vines as well as Vinifera vines as the vines not only have to survive the long cold winters but also make the kind we love.

West Green Farm LLC

119 West Town Rd.

The Preli’s hope that when you visit their farm market you will enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and pastoral views. Located on the Lebanon Green, they are open daily, in season, dawn to dusk. They also offer pick-your-own during the summer and fall for select fruit crops.

Water’s Edge Campground

271 Leonard Bridge Rd.

Enjoy a campsite on this 10-acre, spring fed lake. All campsites are appropriately equipped and the lake is well stocked with fish.

Roberto’s Log Cabin Restaurant

383 Route 87

Nestled in the woods of Lebanon, CT, Roberto’s Log Cabin is The Cozy, Rustic Home of Comfort Food™. Family owned and operated, The ‘Cabin as it is fondly known offers a diverse Menu of hearty fare—from Burgers, “the Best Ribs in the State” and a wide range of Entrées to Tacos, Healthy Choices and Pizza—including Gluten-friendly Pizza and other dishes.

Pomeroy State Park

Rte. 289 – Beaumont Hwy.

Pomeroy State Park is an undeveloped public recreation area covering 200 acres just south of Willimantic in the town of Lebanon, Connecticut. The state park is a forested area used for hiking and hunting with no entrance, markings, or parking that abuts preserved farmland.