Connecticut will host the largest Trails Day celebration in the nation on June 2 and 3, with 193 events scheduled in 121 towns. The Connecticut Forest & Park Association is celebrating its 20th anniversary of coordinating Trails Day. Activities will include hiking, biking, horseback riding, running, trail maintenance, kayaking, bird watching, geocaching and more, guided by volunteers from local hiking clubs, state agencies, conservation organizations, education programs and land trusts. Connecticut's Trails Day celebration is part of National Trails Day, a nationwide hiking initiative established by the American Hiking Society in 1993. Trails Day encourages the public and outdoor enthusiasts nationwide to seek out their favorite trails while participating in events held in each state. A full list of events is in the Connecticut Trails Day celebration booklet at available at public libraries or online at www.ctwoodlands.org/CT-TrailsDay2012.