Stephanie Chang

New Haven

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  1. Lake Wintergreen - Kayaking

    New Haven

    Lake Wintergreen is great for beginners who would love to just explore Kayaking for the first time. Lake Wintergreen is a beautiful lake with calm 44-arces of waters that provides a scenic day that is perfect for those who would love to pick up a new hobby such as Kayaking without feeling the fear or pressure of having to be an expert.

  2. Indian Well State Park - Kayaking

    New Haven

    Indian Well State Park is great for those who are love to kayak and have some experience on under their belt, but the western banks of the Housatonic is also a amazing place for learners who want some thrill and experience. The Housatonic River from the Indian Well State Park is quite beautiful in scenery.

  3. Sleeping Giant State Park - Trail Running

    New Haven

    Sleeping Giant State parks begins with your entrance to the Tower Trail, a 1.6-mile hike, or run that leads you to a stone observation tower at the peak of Mt. Carmel. Things become adventurous the moment you pass the brownish red Tower Trail rules and regulations sign, and you find yourself on with a wide and rocky terrain.

  4. East Rock Park - Kayaking at Mill River

    New Haven

    Mills River, at East Rock Park, is great for the advanced enthusiast that loves to wake up early on weekends and catch a great ride down the river path. Mill River is great for the child who has just found his love for Kayaking, and is ready to make his first paddle movements on the stream.

  5. Indian Well State Park - Trail Running

    New Haven

    The Paugussett Trail is a 9-mile trail that starts at several locations; giving you as a trail runner the options too chose your starting point. The Paugussett Trail at Indian Well State Park has several trails the White-Blazed access trail and the Blue Blazed trail.

  6. Kettletown State Park - Kayaking

    New Haven

    When launching your kayak into Lake Zoar the atmosphere is still and quiet. The water gives of a blueish green appearance depending on the weather. On clear days one can see about 7 to 8 feet into the water. Underneath your Kayak you can see large boulders, rocks, tree branches that have ended up deep into the water, and fish. The lake makes each paddle stroke easy and light.

  7. Kettletown State Park - Trail Running

    New Haven

    Kettletown State Park is great for those who want to escape and explore the wonderful scenery of mother nature. Kettletown State Park offers you a scenic view of Lake Zoar from hills that are covered with trees. It is here on top of these hills that one experiences mother nature in complete silence, far away of what we might think of civilization.

  8. West Rock Ridge State Park - Trail Running

    New Haven

    West Rock Ridge State Park is an adventure for those who want to emerge themselves in all types of nature, from trails, to caves (Judges Cave), to a glistening blue-green lake that seems like a hidden secret from the concrete city that surrounds it.