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Calling All Avid Outdoor Enthusiasts!
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is undertaking an update of Connecticut’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP).  We extend an invitation for you to assist in the creation of the 2017 SCORP by participating in a brief survey. The survey provides the unique opportunity for individuals from a variety of outdoor recreation interests to provide feedback that will help shape SCORP over the next five years. Thank you in advance for your time in completing the survey.
Connecticut's rails-to-trails are a great way to easily explore some of our unique landscapes on foot, bike or horse back. Plan your visit using the Connecticut Rail Trail Explorer.
Details are now available for the 2017 “Sky’s the Limit Hiking Challenge.” The theme for this year is "historic sites." 
Fort Trumbull is on Twitter!  Follow us @CTFortTrumbull
A number of exciting projects are taking place across the state in our State Parks.  See details on construction and renovation projects.
A new state park will be developed at the former Seaside Sanatorium in Waterford expanding shore-line recreational opportunities for Connecticut residents and visitors.
Goodwin State Forest and Conservation Education Center
An Adventure for All Seasons
Connecticut State Park Videos on YouTube
For information on a specific park or forest, or for a park or forest phone number,
use the Select a Park or Forest link above.
For general questions about Connecticut state parks or forests, please email us at or call 860-424-3200.