Posted on May 17, 2019 by admin
Connecticut is the proud host of the largest National Trails Day grassroots celebration in the nation! On the first weekend in June, the Connecticut Forest & Park Association (CFPA) brings together about 250 volunteers to lead events like hiking, biking, paddling, letterboxing, trail work parties, equestrian rides, and trail experiences of all kinds to get Connecticut residents outside and away from household chores, television, and the internet for a day.
I encourage you and your family to get outside and celebrate Connecticut Trails Weekend with CFPA! Enjoy a sense of community, tradition and stewardship for the environment.
200+ events will be taking place in more than 100 towns in Connecticut on the first weekend of June, but here is a list of some local events to participate in:
What: Nature Walk
Where: The Franc Preserve
(Entrance is on the south side of Plumtrees Road, not far from the
intersection of Plumtrees and Old Hawleyville Road)
Date: Sunday, June 2nd
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Pre-Registration is not required. Click here for more information.