I also have to recommend the Saugatuck Universal Access Trail in Redding, where I took these pictures. It's not much of a trail if you associate that word with long hikes, and that's the point. It's 500 feet long, and it's wide and flat, though there are a few little hills and dips. It's a very easy walk, and you can also use the trail if you're in a wheelchair.
I love that, because shortly after I moved back to Connecticut I ended up injuring both my knees. (One isn't bad enough; apparently the God of Knees wants to laugh at you as well as inconvenience you.) For a long time I could barely walk across a parking lot. Now I'm up to about three miles before one or the other knee starts complaining, and working hard on improving because I miss being able to walk all day. But since then, whenever I go to some stunning and rugged place where the only way in is a dirt path crossed with lumpy tree roots, I feel bad that not everyone can get to be out in the middle of nature. But this is a gorgeous little piece of Connecticut that pretty much anyone can see.