Highlights About The Beautiful Town Of East Hampton
Known as the Bell town because of the crazy amount of bell manufacturing going on in the 19th century. This town in Middlesex County is filled with beautiful kitchen renovations and covers approximately 36 square miles of area and is the largest inland water body in Connecticut.
Similar to East Haddam, East Hampton is famous for its pumpkin rides and farms, this community supports a rural and suburban lifestyle. It has been around since 250 years and is still going strong. Looking to visit or buy a home, here are our recommendations you should see to make your decision:
Pumpkin picking – All of Connecticut is full of pumpkins during autumn every year, especially East Hampton offers a ride through their pumpkin Forest. This one mile picturesque drive through scenic autumnal view, displays more than 30 pumpkin head people and their annual companions at home in their woodland houses. This place is a kids favourite. You can also buy snacks and shop in those little pumpkin shops during the drive. The rides start from 20$ packages. It’s a fun getaway from your kitchen for a break from your kitchen chores and grocery shopping.
Sacrosanct gallery – The gallery hosts contemporary American art exhibitions every month of the tristate ( CT, NY, NJ) and New England region artists, showcasing unique voices and a range of styles. The gallery also functions as an artist studio and hosts several art, educational lectures and cultural workshops. This is East Hamptons social go to place to meet new community members. It’s also perfect to draw inspiration for remodeling your kitchen in East Hampton, CT. Parents take their children here often as a break from the daily kitchen monotony and its recreational vibe. Plus good news: Entry is free.
Outdoor sound meditation concert – This outdoor meditation experience is hosted in August or September every year. The musicians use soothing instruments like the Himalayan bowl, planetary gongs, aromatherapy and other tools to guide their attendees to a state of deep relaxation. Gathered under a pavilion so that safety of the attendees is ensured and an intimate small group can be catered to. This experience is meditation lovers paradise, it will take you on a journey to retune and rebalance.
Devil’s Hopyard state park – Located at the Right Nile River’s Chapman Falls in the town. This park offers 7 great hiking trails including river trails, forest trails and other hiking trails. It also has 5 moderate trails you can enjoy with children. The picturesque view will make your heart want to camp fish and cycle, luckily all of this is allowed. This place is a pack your kitchen and come camp with us kind of place. It has several streams and waterfalls. Dog Walkers usually come here to give their animals and themselves a breath of fresh air
Lost Spring Farm – Keeping the holiday spirit alive , this place helps you cut your own Christmas tree. You can get a walk of the Farm organized by Chatham Historical Society as a part of their “ Explore East Hampton” monthly series program sponsored by the local government. Joe & Debbie, the owners will give you history of their farm and how they plant and trim the trees with love and passion. The tour will take an approximate 1 hour. If you are looking for a more stern tour, Joe can take you on 1 hour tour of the 40+ acre property too. Adults and children all are welcome to enjoy nature. You can also tag a tree and come back on thanksgiving to take it home
New Hampton is a relaxed town to live in. If you are planning to moving in New Hampton or nearby towns like Haddam and East Haddam, then don’t forgetto schedule your free kitchen design consultation with Kitchen Infinity to discuss plans to make your new kitchen absolutely stunning!