News!

The status of other State Parks is available on DEEP (Department of Energy and Environmental Protection) website.
You can also follow @CTStateParks on Twitter.

Note:

– Registration for SGPA’s February 2022 hike, “Winter Tree Identification” is open. For more information, including the date, time and registration, head to our hiking page.
– A record number of 94 Hikers completed various Giant Masters Programs in 2021. Congratulations to all:
Regular Giant Master (75), Four Season’s Giant Master (11), Twelve Month Giant Master (2), Giant Master Marathoner (6)
– Please keep your dogs on leash according to DEEP guidelines for Responsible Recreation.
– Please educate yourself about Ticks and Safety Measures.
– Stay Safe while hiking by staying on the Marked trails. Enjoy nature and please Leave No Trace.
– Please continue to follow CDC guidelines for COVID

Photos

SGPA trail crew and volunteers along with DEEP employees planted several trees in the picnic area devastated by the tornado of 2018.

For more information on Trails Crew operations or to join Trail Crew, please see the Trail Maintenace Page .

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