2017 Spring/Summer Visitors Guide
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Voted one of the best beaches by National Geographic.
One of West Haven's largest beaches. Three sets of volleyball posts are installed for public use.
Includes a small sandy beach and a developed walkway parallel to Long Island Sound.
Located by the mouth of the Housatonic River, Short Beach has all kinds of amenities for fun in the sun. It's an excellent recreational venue for... More
The park has it all, including developed recreation facilities such as a one-mile walk/run trail, playground, roller blade/cycling path, expansive... More
Beach with saltwater swimming on Long Island Sound.
Swimming facility with restrooms, changing areas, extended snack bar and a picnic area overlooking the water.
A 29-acre park with an extensive sand beach along the shore of Long Island Sound, bordering the Saugatuck River.
Enjoy a day at the beach on Bantam Lake, home to two beaches, Morris Town Beach and Sandy Beach in Litchfield.
Located at the eastern point of Norwalk, Calf Pasture Beach offers boat rentals and a launch, concessions, picnic areas, a skate park and... More
Planning a wedding in Connecticut? There are so many scenic and unique spots to capture these magic moments, from
If you count all the inlets and coves, there are hundreds of miles of shoreline in Connecticut. Here’s a relaxing
The crash of black waves on a moonlit night is a magical sight in winter. The seascape is beautiful, and so are the
With its appealing historic architecture, village greens and tidy shops, Connecticut still does “charming” very well. In
And you thought nothing in life was free. In Connecticut, we beg to differ. An abundance of great attractions and
With some 253 miles of shoreline on Long Island Sound and countless others along and around its rivers and lakes,