DEEP: Social Media

{Social Media - State Parks Centennial Celebration}
 
Facebook  {Facebook Logo}
Facebook lets users create their own sets of "friends" among whom they share brief updates, photos, links, or other information.
 
www.facebook.com/CTStateParks
Information about Connecticut State Parks including upcoming Centennial events and activities. 
 
 
Twitter  {Twitter Logo}
Twitter lets users subscribe to receive brief updates or "tweets " (a maximum 140 characters) from others whom they choose to "follow."

State Parks - Follow three of Connecticut's premiere shoreline parks - Hammonasset, Rocky Neck and Sherwood Island:
  • Hear about events and fun activities occurring at the parks and nature centers.
  • Receive regular park status updates – i.e., closed due to the park reaching capacity, traffic conditions, water quality reports.
  • Learn more about the parks.
  • Stay abreast of projects taking shape within the parks.
Follow us at:
Twitter.com/hammonasset / @hammonasset
Twitter.com/CTrockyneck / @CTrockyneck
Twitter.com/CTsherwoodislnd / @CTsherwoodislnd  (no "a")
 
 
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Visit CT DEEP’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/CTDEEPvideos Features a variety of videos covering our state parks and forests, Earth Day, and how we can all work together to protect our air, water and lands.
 
 
Mobile App
 
 
The Official Guide for Connecticut State Parks - Powered by Pocket Ranger®
 
FREE! Including All Enhanced GPS Features

Search for "Pocket Ranger®" in either the App Store or Google Play

Park goers can access rich GPS features, such as: Advanced GPS maps, easy-to-cache GPS terrain map tiles, photo waypoint feature allowing users to snap a photo and mark and record the coordinates. There is also a friend finder feature that allows users to keep track of friends and family around the parks. And so much more!
 
 

Content last updated May 1, 2013