New Year’s Day Hike

Sleeping Giant State Park - Main Parking 200 Mt. Carmel Avenue, Hamden, United States

Get your new year started off on the right foot! Join the Sleeping Giant Park Association for the first hike of 2024, on new year's day. This hike will involve traveling over uneven terrain, with some possible rock scrambling. As such, participants should be in good physical condition, dress appropriately for the weather and wear […]

Free

Winter Animal Tracking

Sleeping Giant State Park - East Parking 400 Chestnut Lane, Hamden, CT

Join the Sleeping Giant Park Association for a guided hike about winter tracking, led by SGPA Naturalist, Gail Cameron. Lots of critters are active, even during the dead of winter. Participants will learn some of the tips and tricks to locate winter tracks and identify the animals that created them. Advanced registration is required, and […]

Free

Winter Tree Identification

Sleeping Giant State Park - Main Parking 200 Mt. Carmel Avenue, Hamden, United States

Had enough with the winter blahs? The Sleeping Giant Park Association is offering a short, informative hike designed to explore the variety of trees and shrubs in their winter condition. […]

Free

Spring Hiker’s Hike

Sleeping Giant State Park - Main Parking 200 Mt. Carmel Avenue, Hamden, United States

Join the Sleeping Giant Park Association for our first guided hike of the spring. This hike will be led SGPA own Mike Miller and his wife, Karen Marotta. This hike will involve traveling over uneven terrain, with some possible rock scrambling. As such, participants should be in good physical condition, dress appropriately for the weather […]

Free

Spring Wildflower Hike

Sleeping Giant State Park - Main Parking 200 Mt. Carmel Avenue, Hamden, United States

Join the Sleeping Giant Park Association for a guided hike about early spring wildflowers, led by SGPA Board Member and retired US Forest Service Scientist, Chris Fagan. Participants will learn how to identify some of the Giant's ephemeral wildflowers, and the incredible ways they have evolved to thrive in the early spring. This will be […]

Free