Looking for a great trail in Devil's Hopyard State Park, Connecticut? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, forest trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Devil's Hopyard State Park ranging from 1.8 to 2.6 miles and from 187 to 462 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Could the round holes in the falls really be the work of the devil? Or, just nature and water making their mark for future generations? Visit Devil's Hopyard and find your own answer to this age-old mystery.

hiking
3 days ago

completed both millington trail and waterfall trail... part wasn't recorded. red to green trail. green trail has some trees down but was able to get back down to street.

great scenic hike with some tough inclines on orange loop

One of the most beautiful trails in Connecticut Hike today in the rain and it was completely peaceful

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rocky
scramble
25 days ago

This is a great little trail with some good climbs. The blazes should start a little soon when you get over the covered bridge! Hint: go straight and you will figure it out. I brought my pups and they had a great time! Pretty vista and devils den is quite steep to get to but very cool when you get there. Overall a great trail!

Hiked it with two 5year olds. A little rocky. Totally doable with kids. Great views and lots of extras. Found some trees that fell over the stream that we got to cross. Lots of fun!

Busy Trail with cleared, well-marked paths. About a quarter mile in is the incline up which makes for a great workout. Once trail evens outs, you're going up again then down. After rainfall there are some muddy areas to watch for but shouldn't be a problem if you have waterproof boots. Will definitely do it again.

nice advanced trails

Excellent trail. Losing yourself is definitely an option - blazes are sometimes random. Scrambles are fun. Dog loved it

Took the Orange Trail with my dog. Super rocky, great workout. Long enough to feel accomplished, short enough to not feel like it was never ending.

hiking
1 month ago

Pretty easy trail but it does have its moderate moments. Nice bridge for a photo op and fun to cross.

Orange trail was heart pumping kick ass for me. Steep inclines begging to give you a great work out along with some boulder climbing. Very scenic throughout.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful hike very scenic

hiking
muddy
off trail
rocky
2 months ago

Fun to do with the kids! Beautiful forest!

Very nice trail. Mostly easy but very rocky and up hill a little ways. Not many people like the other trails which was a bonus. A lot of shade. Not too many bugs. Well marked. A lot of fun

hiking
over grown
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

hiking
over grown
3 months ago

hiking
bridge out
rocky
3 months ago

To our understanding the falls were on the trails however we hiked the trail and never saw any falls until we asked and they told us it was up to a different section so it was a bit confusing. We still had a wonderful time and the falls were beautiful. We swam in the water and got some great pictures.

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blowdown
bridge out
bugs
closed
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
washed out
4 months ago

I did this hike yesterday with friends. Steep hike. We reversed it and I’m glad. the Orange trAil is Very rocky in some places and loose stones in path. The view was nothing to brag about definitely not worth the steep climb. Trail washed out or blocked in some spots and very muddy where people improvised to get on trail due to fallen trees. This trail dies not lead or go by the waterfalls. You must stop at different parking lot. Very confusing! The bridge by the falls is under construction and it’s a mess! The falls was very pretty but that’s about it. Never made it to Devil’s Oven because it was a straight up walk and I mean a extremely steep climb up and hikers we ran into along the way said that it was not worth the steep and muddy climb. Once again the scenic overlook sucked could’ve skipped that too. I guess you live and learn. We definitely got our exercise that’s for sure. I would not do this again

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