Seamster Park PlaygroundThe New Playground has plenty of features for kids to enjoy including a Zip Line and a Ropes Course.
Designed by our Kids, built by Volunteers!
“This is really going to be a breath of fresh air for the community to see the kids playing in a safe environment where they can have a place to go now,” Director of East Hampton Parks and Recreation Jeremy Hall said.
CRPA Park of Merit Award!
In September, East Hampton Parks and Recreation and the Seamster Park Playground committee was selected by the Connecticut Recreation & Parks Association (CRPA) to receive the 2019 Park/Facility of Merit Award. Today, the award was presented during the annual CRPA conference at Mohegan Sun Convention Center. Members of the Parks and Recreation department including Jeremy Hall, Director; Shawn Mullen, Program Coordinator; Sheri Yorker, Office Assistant; along with committee members Sheryl Dougherty, Deb McKinney and Dan Roy were in attendance to receive the award. This is certainly a well-deserved honor for a project well done. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who contributed to the playground build.
Explore East Hampton
East Hampton Landmarks and Activities worth Exploring
The Comstock Covered Bridge is located on 14 Bridge Street at the junction of Colchester and East Hampton crossing the Salmon River.
Lake Pocotopaug is a big part of East Hampton’s History and in recent times has become a popular resort area surrounded by numerous homes
Sears Park is situated on Lake Pocotopaug the park was donated to the Town in 1910 by the Sears family. The Park, Pavilion and Willian O’Neill Performing Arts Gazebo are located at 68 North Main Street in East Hampton, Connecticut.
Hurd State Park
Enjoy scenic views of the Connecticut River while surrounded by nature. Activities at Hurd Park include birding, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, and camping. Parking is available at the intersection of 151 and Hurd Park Road.
The Official East Hampton, CT Historical Society Website
This site intends to provide information to the public about the Chatham Historical Society‘s upcoming Calendar of Events and Programs with the purpose of bringing together people interested in the History of Cobalt, Middle Haddam, and East Hampton, Connecticut.