The Shelton Land Conservation Trust will hold its annual Trails Day hike on June 3 from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
The group will meet at Lane Street near Huntington Green across from house #11.
This hike will begin on the Shelton Recreation Path, continue on adjacent woodland trails including the Blue Blazed Paugussett and looping back to parked cars.
The hike is approximately 5.5 miles and includes moderate terrain. The hike is suitable for adults, kids, and leashed dogs. Proper footwear, water & a snack are required.
The rain date for this hike will be Sunday, June 4 at 1p.m.
For more information contact Lynn Todd Reid email@example.com or call (203) 225 6192.
The National Trails Day celebration will include over 200 free events scheduled statewide. These outings feature activities for everyone, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, trail maintenance, kayaking, educational walks, bird watching, letterboxing and more.
The activities are guided by knowledgeable volunteers from local clubs, parks and recreation departments, state agencies, conservation organizations, historic groups and land trusts.
Connecticut’s weekend long celebration is coordinated by the Connecticut Forest & Park Association (CFPA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving CT’s land, trails and natural resources.
For a full event listing visit www.ctwoodlands.org/TD2017DIR.