nature trips

trail running


kid friendly


wild flowers

Two miles of mountaintop resembling a sleeping giant give this park its name, and make it a distinguishing feature on Connecticut's skyline

Solid experience. Wish we had taken the path that strayed to the left, taking hikers up to the top of the tall rock facing. Didn't notice it until the trip back down from the blue trail though. Overall pretty good!

a little difficult in the fall due to loose rocky terrain covered by leaves but very pretty and easy to make it as short or as long as you like with many trail options

Nature trail is lovely.

1 month ago

Great hike with better views once you hit the tower. I would consider this trail on the easy side becuase of the stone path. Which can be rough at times, I prefer a dirt path. I recommend this trail

Place is a great place to get out and hike. The Giant Head is a must do!

I came here for the first time today. As a novice hiker, I thought it was amazing! There were parts of the white trail (I skipped around from trail to trail), that were tougher than expected but nonetheless awesome! This trail was an excellent workout! I highly recommend this trail. I plan on coming back many times and sticking to one trail at a time!

It was great

Tower to blue and to violet!

Bugs liked this a lot

I loved it! Great for kids, the view is great.

fun and a bit challenging. my dog was sore the next day from pretending to be a mountain goat