The Hamlet at Kings Meadow is a new development in Suffield located on over 25 acres of protected conservation land and boasts beautiful field views. It runs in conjunction with the Suffield, Windsor Locks Canal, and the Connecticut River. This serene affordable community will make you feel like you are in the country, with convenience to shopping and restaurants. Located on the Connecticut River between Hartford, Connecticut and Springfield, Massachusetts, Suffield offers easy access to I-91 as well as Bradley International Airport, which is just minutes away.
Kings Island History
Kings Meadow is named for its location alongside Kings Island. Kings Island now owned by Eversource Energy and was previously owned and inhabited by Dewitt Clinton Terry and his family for 35 years back in 1864. Terry was a member of a religious sect “The Millerites” which believed the world was going to end. Millerites groups would travel to the island on several occasions for the anticipated “final day”. There is still evidence of Terry’s farmhouse, barns, and stone walls that can be found throughout the island.
Today, the Island can still be accessed by kayakers, jet skiers, and motorboats that can camp on the premises and explore the Connecticut River and is expanding as the “Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail”.
The Suffield Community
Suffield is in the Connecticut River Valley with an approximate population of 15,735. Suffield’s family owned farms and rural country roads form the backbone of this town that has never forgotten its agricultural roots. The town maintains a delicate balance between its colonial roots and today's modern lifestyle. Enjoy the tranquility of historic farmland that makes Suffield such a wonderful place to live. Suffield’s town center embraces The Suffield Academy, a prestigious private school that sits on the beautiful historic setting complete with a town green. This town green offers farmers markets, fairs, and craft shows throughout the Summer. Residents, as well as visitors to the community, can take advantage of several recreational trails, which are continuously being evaluated and enhanced. The following major trails projects are underway: The Windsor Locks Canal Trail, Blue-Blazed Metacomet-Mattabesett Trail System and the Farmington Valley Greenway Trail. These are all beautiful hiking and biking trails that are free to the general public.