Meredith Zolty

New Haven

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  1. Naugatuck State Forest - Quillinan Reservoir

    New Haven

    A beautiful forested area popular with mountain bikers.

  2. Osborndale State Park

    New Haven

    A geologically rich park with forest and meadow trails.

  3. Quinnipiac Meadows/Eugene B. Fargeorge Preserve

    New Haven

    Thirty five acres of preserved tidal wetlands, coastal forest, and coastal grasslands with a bird blind.

  4. Quinnipiac River State Park

    New Haven

    The bottom four miles of the Blue Blazed Trail from North Haven to Cheshire.

  5. Roosevelt Forest

    New Haven

    Over 400 acres of forest owned by the Town of Stratford. It is home to Boy Scout and Girl Scout camps.

  6. Alice Newton Street Memorial Park

    New Haven

    Over 100 acres of woodland, meadows, and adorable wooden bridges.

  7. Ansonia Nature and Recreation Center

    New Haven

    Equal parts tranquil and educational.

  8. Bishops Woods Bird Sanctuary

    New Haven

    47 forested acres, including the highest point in New Haven County east of the Quinnipiac River.

  9. Edgerton Park

    New Haven

    Once Eli Whitney's estate, this urban park boasts a large greenhouse full of tropical plants.

  10. Wharton Brook State Park

    New Haven

    A pitch pine sand barren with a beach, lake swimming, trout fishing, and picnic areas.

  11. Long Wharf Nature Preserve

    New Haven

    A pleasant lunch break stroll at New Haven Harbor

  12. Silver Sands State Park - Coastal Paddling

    New Haven

    Walk to an island populated only by egrets, and maybe find Captain Kidd's buried treasure.

  13. Farm River State Park - Hiking

    New Haven

    A 62-acre state park managed by Quinnipiac University. Boat launch passes available by annual lottery.

  14. Eisenhower Park - Hiking

    New Haven

    A town-owned park popular with families and dog lovers.

  15. Edgewood Park - Trail Running

    New Haven

    Surprisingly wild-feeling hiking in the middle of New Haven.