Shoreline Greenway Trail is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to building a 25-mile continuous path for bicyclists, walkers and hikers on the Connecticut Shoreline from Lighthouse Point in New Haven through East Haven, Branford, and Guilford to Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison.
Our ‘First Saturday’ Walk in September will offer walkers the chance to watch and meet members of the Madison Art Society. Artists will set up their easels along the trail en plein air and hikers may stop and watch and talk with the artists. The walk will take place on Saturday, September 6 at 10 am.
Later in the day, there will be a reception and exhibition of the completed, framed trail scenes at Friends & Co. Restaurant in Madison.
Featured on the hike will be a new section of trail completed since our last walk there and the always-beautiful views of the salt marshes. Easy two-mile walk. Meet at the SGT Eastern Trailhead parking lot off Rte. 1 just east of the Hammonasset entrance road. Directions: Exit 62 from I 95 south to Rte. 1. Left onto Rte. 1 and right into the Hammonasset Park service road. Questions: Ginny at email@example.com.
Home of Distinction, a nationwide project that builds homes in select locations in order to showcase the latest trends in home building is coming to Guilford in October and Shoreline Greenway Trail has been selected as one of the beneficiaries of the house tour! Video featured on Fox-CT highlights the exciting progress we are making! Watch the video.
We are thrilled to see so many walkers, bikers, wheelchair users, and joggers making use of our new trailhead parking lot at Hammonasset Beach State Park. If you haven’t had a chance to see it for yourself, check out this slideshow.
SGT Trailhead parking lot at Hammonasset Beach State Park with a new bike rack installed by Eagle Scout candidate Tom O'Sullivan
Join us on Saturday, August 2 at 10 am for a hike beginning at the Hearth at Gardenside in Branford. SGT team members will lead a hike through woods and alongside marshes that end in a small promontory with a beautiful view of the Farm River Estuary and the Shoreline Trolley museum trolley track. A relatively short one-hour hike over terrain not suitable for strollers. Meet and park along Katie Jo Lane opposite the entrance to the Hearth at Gardenside.
Directions: I 95 Exit 54 (Cedar Street), head toward Route 1; right at the light, continue past Branhaven Plaza on your left; Alps Road is your next left at the light. Hearth at Gardenside c. one mile on right.
Questions: Judy 203-589-8335.