Though people typically think of ghost towns as belonging to the Old West, New England actually has plenty. Villages that once supported schools and post offices disappeared, leaving only cellar holes and maybe an abandoned building or two. The Great Hurricane created several ghost towns along the coast. War, recession and lousy farmland created other ghost towns.
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When you think of ghost towns, your mind likely conjures up an image of a dusty western locale with saloon doors hanging askew and a dilapidated sign boasting the former location of a general store. A fascinating history accompanies Factory Hollow, a once thriving mill community. This hike to an abandoned place in Connecticut should not be missed. Check it out:. Have you ever explored Factory Hollow? Do you have a favorite hike to an abandoned place in Connecticut? Share your experience in the comments!
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In addition to its deep forest, millpond, and marshland, the park bears trace remnants foundations, stone walls, and ditches of the mill town that occupied the site for most of the 19th century. The isolated hollow on the Blackledge River was first settled by religious leader Elijah Andrus and his followers in A succession of ill-fated mills marked the town's history—the first built around and the last burning down in Village history has also been burdened with tales of community tensions caused by the free use of alcohol during twice weekly religious services and of grisly murders gone unpunished. Following construction of a sawmill and wool mill, the village became known as Factory Hollow and grew to about 25 families, many of whom bore the surname Gay.
A nice quiet spot that offers hiking trails, a lake with a beach no life guards , and plenty of I hike there often. The paths are clear and marked. The views on the hike are gorgeous. Went with my family for a fall hike and was rewarded by this gem of a park: hiking and cycling through the ruins of a town and mills.