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- About the Park -

The Regional Rail Tral Project (with map)
A concept to develop an approximate 15-mile interconnected multi-use trail for bicyclists and pedestrians from Bridgeport to Newtown.

Super Close Up Topographical Map of the Valley
You can zoom in even closer if you want.
TIP: Clicking on the spinning globe hides the Legend/Controller.

Map of Hunting Area at Pequonnock Valley
Exercise Caution -- Wear bright colors!!

Pequonnock River

Trail Biking on the Pequonnock Valley Greenway
Nice write up but Caution: Parking in Old Mine Park is for Trumbull Residents Only

Pequonnock River Initiative: Watershed Info | Watershed Map
During the summer of 2010, the Pequonnock River Initiative (PRI) was formed as a partnership between the City of Bridgeport and the towns of Monroe and Trumbull to develop a watershed plan for the Pequonnock River watershed.

- Details about the History of the Valley -

Pequonnock Valley - Historical Map Comparisons
Have you ever wondered what the valley might have been like a couple of hundred years ago? (Use the scrollbar to view a chronological map display of the Valley through the years.)

Pequonnock River Valley Timeline (PDF)
An historical timeline of events in the valley from the Ice Age to the Present. In PDF format for printing and off line viewing.

Archives from The Trumbull Land Trust

Pot Hunting, Looting, at the Indian Ledge Site
In 1992, a statement regarding the destruction of prehistoric remains excavated in the Indian Ledges area was issued to the local papers by the State Archaeologist's office . The story was picked up by the Bridgeport Post and placed conspicuously on the front page.
(Full Story on Page 87 )

- Connecticut State Parks and Trails -

Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP)
Conserving, protecting and improving the natural resources and environment of the state

Connecticut Forest & Park Association
Connecting people to the land. Conserving Connecticut.

Friends of Connecticut State Parks
Supporting Connecticut's state parks, forests and conservation areas through education, advocacy, and public awareness.

- Hiking -

Appalachian Mountain Club - Connecticut Chapter
Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, and appreciate the natural world.

New Haven Hiking Club

Redding Trails

South Central Regional Trails

Berkshire Hiking (includes Western Conn.)

Connecticut Museum Quest

-Greenways (Rails to Trails) -

Rails to Trails Conservancy

DEEP Official Greenways

Farmington Valley Greenway

Bike Kinetix

East Coast Greenway

- Nature/Botany -

Connecticut Botanical Society

New York-New Jersey-Connecticut Botany

- Stewardship of Nearby Parks -

Fairfield County NEMBA
A localized chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association focusing on trail advocacy and enhancing the trail experience for local mountain bikers. Includes a comprehensive Trail Map Guide of Fairfield County Mountain Biking Spots.

Shelton Trails
Hiking, Biking and Conservation in Shelton, Connecticut

West Rock
Hiking, Biking and Conservation at West Rock Park New Haven, Connecticut

Aspetuck Land Trust
A non-profit Connecticut Corporation devoted to preserving open space and the natural resources of Easton, Fairfield, Weston and Westport for the benefit of the public.

The Connecticut chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association promotes trail advocacy and trail access for mountain bikers in New England.

Friends of the Mianus River Park
An informal stewardship group formed to monitor, protect and improve the condition of Mianus River Park in Connecticut.