Travel North from New Haven to Cheshire and learn about plans to connect the former rail trail to Northampton, MA.
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Box City is a craft activity in which young city planners construct buildings and neighborhoods out of craft supplies and boxes.
Join us for pizza on the New Haven Green! Pizzerias from all around town provide pizza for Pizza Fest, the proceeds of which benefit New Haven's Connection Fund.
A water ballon gladiator fight!
Explore alternative and renewable energy technologies currently being employed throughout the city.
Difficulty Level: Easy
Ride to East Rock park for 425 acres of stunning views and hiking trails. Find new ways to enjoy the park followed by an ice cream treat at a local creamery!
Visit many of New Haven’s gardens, greenspaces, hoop houses, and greenhouses and survey the greenification of New Haven.
Ride through New Haven to meet some of the legendary figures that made that past a reality as documented by Colin M. Caplan in his work, “Legendary Locals of New Haven.”
Visit Connecticut’s oldest Jewish congregation, the Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven and many points in between.
Bring your appetite for a bike tour picnic extravaganza! Visit local food manufacturers and proprietors to see where your food originates and to collect your perfect meal. A picnic in a local park concludes the ride.
Travel around New Haven to learn how current initiatives planned for the parks and waterways will enhance daily life in town.
Ride through New Haven to explore the melange of art offerings that are free and open to the public.
Ride the designated bike lanes throughout the city in a group and finish with a skills building bicycle course.
Ride to Hindinger Farm in Hamden to attend the annual Strawberry Festival.
Travel South on the East Coast Greenway to Silver Sands State Park in Milford and return.
Difficulty Level: Moderate to Challenging