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Protected by Long Island from Atlantic surf, Connecticut's beaches have little surf and warmer water than those of other New England states.




Greenwich Point Park
Once reserved for residents of exclusive Greenwich CT, this pretty beach and forested park is now open to all.

Calf Pasture Beach
Lots of room to swim and walk here and in adjacent Shady Beach Park and Taylor Farm Park, south of East Norwalk CT.

Sherwood Island State Park
On the shore of Westport CT, this sprawling 234-acre (95-hectare) park has wetlands and woods as well as beaches with bands of colored sand.

Penfield Beach & Rickards Beach
Fairfield CT has a fine town beach with recently-renovated facilities including a children's playground, toilets, locker rooms and snack stands.

Hammonassett Beach State Park
Perhaps Connecticut's longest, most magnificent beach!




Hammonasset Beach State Park, Madison CT

Hammonasset Beach in Madison CT is big enough for everyone to spread out.


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