Hampton [Windham County] was incorporated from Brooklyn, Canterbury, Mansfield, Pomfret and Windham in October1786 and named from Hampton in Middlesex. It was formerly known as Kennedy or Windham Village.

Total area, 25.5 sq. miles, Land area, 25.0 sq. miles. Population, est., 1,681. Voting district, 1. Principal industry, agriculture.

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Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm
Tree grower provides information on cut-your-own Christmas trees, wholesale trees and gift shop.
Goodwin Conservation Center
Education facility owned and operated by the Connecticut DEP, offering programs for the public, school groups, educators and special interest groups.
Highland Group Industries
Manufactures tie downs, bungee cords, cargo liners, floor mats, towing products, loading ramps, anchor points, car top carriers, splash guards and garage and vehicle organizers.
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