Where is Sleeping Giant State Park?
The Sleeping Giant in the form of a giant lying on its back was ground by glaciers into the rocks of sandstone and Trapp more than 15,000 years ago.
The Park is crisscrossed by 48 km of hiking trails, including the popular Tower Path (2.5 km circular trail) that crosses Mt. Carmel, the highest point of the park, leads. From a stone observation tower you can see the country as far as New Haven, Long Island Sound and the Connecticut hills.