Thank Your For Taking Part in CT Trails Day Weekend 2014
Wow, what a weekend! We couldn't have asked for better weather on June 7 & 8. The feedback we have received has been off the charts. Organizers, leaders, sponsors, and participants are reporting that this was the best CT Trails Day Weekend in years. With the additional events submitted for the online supplement, there were a total of 269 trail events in 143 towns to choose from. Although we are a small state in size, we are big on outdoor fun!
Thank you to all the trail maintenance volunteers, event organizers, leaders, sponsors, and participants who helped to make the 2014 celebration truly special. We hope to see you all again next year.
Trails Promotion Manager & Engagement Advocate (aka CT Trails Day Weekend Coordinator)
Did you enjoy being a part of the Connecticut Trails Day Weekend celebration?
Consider supporting and enjoying CT trails throughout the year:
- Support trails and join CFPA if you are not already a member (or tell your friends to follow your lead if you are);
- Sign-up on CFPA's email list for notification of future events;
- Tell your friends about the 825-mile long Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail System, a Connecticut treasure that we work to conserve; and
- Discover more fun-filled adventures throughout Connecticut through CFPA's WalkCT program, www.walkct.org.
Connecticut Trails Day Weekend 2014 Information:
View Additional Events and Updates (Online Supplement)
Event Quick Lists
- Saturday Events (185 events)
- Sunday Events (83 events)
- Hike (121 events)
- Walk (110 events)
- Run (2 events)
- Bike (9 events)
- Paddle (16 events)
- Geocaching & Letterboxing (11 events)
- Trail Maintenance (15 events)
- Unique & Multiple Activities (22 events)
The Connecticut Forest & Park Association has served as the Connecticut state coordinator for National Trails Day (a program of the American Hiking Society) since 1993. We appreciate the strong participation by organizations like the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP), Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC), land trusts, town agencies, outdoors-oriented businesses, numerous volunteers, and our great sponsors that help to make this statewide celebration a success every year.