Best Trails of Connecticut

This list represents the most popular trails in Connecticut. Use this list to plan your next Connecticut outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

There is absolutely no way you’ll find an RV at the Selden Neck Campground, in Gillette ...
Enter the preserve, owned by the Weir Farm Art Center—a private, nonprofit organization ...
Bear Mountain Road is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is 0.9 miles ...
At 761 feet, Ragged Mountain in central Connecticut forms one of the most dramatic of ...
From the parking lot, proceed north across CT 219, step over the cable guardrail, and ...
From the parking lot, follow the light-blue-blazed Wolcott Trail—named for the Civilian ...
From the northeast corner of the parking area, follow the gravel path north through a ...
From atop the tower at Castle Craig, you will be able to see the Sleeping Giant hills ...
The Bantam River represents one of the preeminent paddling resources in western Connecticut. ...
Jesse Gerard Trail (blazed yellow on blue) begins at a sign across the road from the parking ...
As part of the Bristol public water supply, the area is posted against trespassing, but ...
The Thimble Islands are a picturesque spot on the Connecticut coast. It’s as though the ...
This loop walk begins at a three-rail barway and proceeds into the woods on a wide lane ...
Macedonia Ridge Trail is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is within ...
Three scenic summits in three separate states showcase this sojourn that starts in southwesternMassachusetts. ...
From the parking area, the well-delineated and blue-blazed Narragansett Trail immediately ...
Mashapaug Lake stands in contrast to most entries in this book, in that it is oligotrophic ...
On the west shore of Lake Zoar in Lower Paugussett State Forest, this blue-blazed loop ...
Lake McDonough is a popular recreation destination. This long, narrow body of water with ...
Walk across CT 80 (use caution) to where the blue blazes of Chatfield Trail begin. Cross ...
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