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A lovely beach with great views of Long Island Sound and a picnic area.
The park consists of a beautiful bluff between two white, sandy beaches. On the bluff, where the McCook summer home once stood, is a green lawn... More
This beach, also known as "Amtrak Beach," was recently given to the town by Amtrak. It is a narrow cobble and sandy beach for unsupervised... More
Half-a-mile long crescent beach, camping, hiking, fishing and picnicking. Boardwalk, bath houses and concession. Note: Lifeguards on duty... More
Voted one of the best beaches by National Geographic.
Offers visitors a rare opportunity to experience an unmodified natural beach with outstanding views of Long Island Sound and extensive tidal marsh... More
Located in the picturesque seaside village of Stonington Borough. Enjoy the shallow water depths, on-site pavilion, and clean, family-oriented... More
Is part of McCook's Point Park with its white sand beach slopes gently to a swimming area sheltered on the east by a stone jetty. During the... More
A small family-oriented beach at the mouth of the Thames River. The site offers showers, picnic tables, concession stand and playground.
Offers sunbathing and swimming with shops and places to within walking distance.
By Kim Knox Beckius
Perfect ways to frolic in the surf or kick back on the sand.
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Connecticut’s jagged coastline stretches over 332 miles alongside the blue waters of Long Island Sound. Which means,
If you count all the inlets and coves, there are hundreds of miles of shoreline in Connecticut. Here’s a relaxing
It is one of the most romantic images of the historic New England coast: the steady sweep of the lighthouse beacon
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Now’s the time to secure your rental property so you won’t miss out on a summer vacation at the Connecticut shore!
Travel just a few miles from any city in Connecticut and you will find blue-blazed hiking trails, seashore by the mile,
And you thought nothing in life was free. In Connecticut, we beg to differ. An abundance of great attractions and
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