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The imaginations of the New England's early settlers had much to do with the naming of Devils Hopyard State Park in East Haddam. Goblins, ghouls and other strange tales seem to have had some influence over early settlers.

A 21-site seasonal campground is located about 1,000 feet from Chapman Falls and picnic sites are found along the Eight Mile River just above the falls. The river is home to brook trout and fishing platforms are available.

Location is 3 miles north of the intersection of Route 82 and Route 156.

Location: 366 Hopyard Road, East Haddam Connecticut 06423 Telephone 860-873-8566

Other Connecticut State Parks nearby:
(Barkhamsted) American Legion State Park
(Union) Bigelow Hollow State Park
(Harwinton) Black Rock State Park
(Groton) Bluff Point Coastal Reserve
(Torrington) Burr Pond State Park
(Colchester) Day Pond State Park

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