On Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7, Connecticut will host Connecticut Trails Day Weekend, the largest National Trails Day (NTD) celebration in the nation with hundreds of events scheduled in towns throughout the state. Nearly every town in Connecticut will be taking part in this annual tradition, which will feature events for everyone, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, running, trail maintenance, kayaking, educational walks, bird watching, letterboxing, and more. These events are guided by knowledgeable volunteers from local hiking clubs, parks and recreation departments, state agencies, conservation organizations, historic groups, education programs, and land trusts.
In Trumbull, join hike leader, Kevin Malone, on Saturday, June 6 at 10 a.m., at the Park Street/Daniels Farm Road commuter lot for an outdoor adventure, sponsored by the Trumbull Nature and Arts Center. They will hike through the Pequonnock River Valley where they will explore the ridges, valleys, caves and other interesting natural highlights. The hike will be moderately challenging and will be about three hours long. They will also be collecting trash and doing minor trail maintenance.