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Connecticut Trails Day 2019

CT Trails Day 2018 was a great time, let's make 2019 even better!

Connecticut is proud to host the largest National Trails Day® celebration in the nation.  Although we are a state small in size, we are big on outdoor fun!

It's time to start planning the 2019 celebration. Event registration starts January 1, 2019. We had over 250 events scheduled last year, and hope for even more this year. As events are added, they will appear in the Online Directory, this way you'll be able to start planning you're CT Trails Day right away. 

If you're going to register an event for 2019 (starting January 1), use the link in the menu on the left to create an account. Last year's user accounts will be reactivated in the late December to early January timeframe. Look for an email asking you to reset your password and just log in. 

Special thanks to all of our event leaders, volunteers, sponsors, and partners who made CT Trails Day such a great success - we couldn’t do it without you!

We look forward to seeing you on the trails!

Support the largest outdoor Trails celebration in Connecticut by becoming a CT Trails Day Sponsor. It's good for our trails and for your business.
Registration for Connecticut's 2019 Trails Day celebration is open! Register your event by March 15 to be included in our printed CT Trails Day booklet and by May 15 to be included in the online directory of events.
We're excited for 2019 Trails Day! Here's a flashback to our 2018 Trails Day promo video.
ATTENTION CT Trails Day Leaders—this page is for you! Select here for info to help promote and host your event. Get your sign-in sheets, printable flyer/poster, press release templates, and more.
Our friends at White Memorial Conservation Center shared a video of their 2017 "Amphibian Amble" Trails Day event. Just a little inspiration for those planning an event this year!
Connecticut Trails Day often means something different to everyone. But one thing is for sure, Connecticut loves trails! If you do too, consider leading a trail event on the first weekend in June.