The Case Mountain Recreation Area encompasses approximately 640 acres of combined open space and watershed lands stretching from the Glastonbury town line north to I-384 in the southeastern section of Manchester. Trails are maintained by the Manchester Conservation Commission, the Connecticut Forest and Park Association and concerned volunteers. The trail system consists of 7 individual blazed trails, the Carriage Path white blazed fire road, and the Shenipsit blue blazed through trail cover well over 10 miles of varying terrain. Access to the trails provided from 4 trail head locations with parking and kiosks with permanently mounted trails system maps, general trail information and hand-out maps. Hikers should consider the area moderately difficult while mountain bikers will be technically challenged. Motor vehicles of all types are not permitted on trails.