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Millington Trail

East Haddam, CT

Devils Hopyard State Park Trail is a 2.6 mile loop trail located near East Haddam, Connecticut that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for camping, hiking & trail running and is accessible year-round.

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Recent Reviews

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Chauncey Peak Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Finally got to do this trail today with my kids. They did great on it, but have ample climbing experience. Going down was harder than going up!

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Jessie Gerard Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

I don't know what that other person was talking about the trail being steep! It was an easy hike as long as you follow the path and follow it back down the same way

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Bee Brook Loop
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

Nice little loop. I little less crowded than the horse circle area of step rock.

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Steep Rock Preserve - Green Circle Trail
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

Nice trail by the river. Lots of people on the weekends. I recommend this for full moon night hikes to the pinnical in the fall after the leaves drop.

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Tarrywile Park
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

Decent hike with a nice view of Danbury at the peak.

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Meriden Linear Trail G
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Awesome place to take your dog, especially if their still learning to interact with people and other dogs.

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hedgehog trail
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

Trail was nice, nothing difficult and easy to do with a dog. Lots of mossy rocks which were slippery when damp. Confusing trail directions - when you get to a bald spot with a long view, that is the peak. The trail continues down (north), crosses a creek and goes back up the other side a ways, but that is part of the land trust, not actually the red trail. If you take it, the down side trail is fairly steep. The peak view is very nice and a great spot for a snack before you turn back.

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Castle Craig and East Slope
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Another great hill hike. I have run the road as well in January.

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Mattabesett Trail and Mount Higby
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Easily one of my favorite trails in the area. I high point and this is a great "training" hike when I don't have a long time.

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Jones Mountain
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

Trail was nice, map was very inaccurate. White trail is much longer than map shows and goes nowhere. Climb up and back down, no view. Stick to the red trail. View from top was very narrow but nice. They were logging within 50 feet of the trail including using a machine cutter so it was noisy and a bit scary near the top. No breeze, LOTs of bugs

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