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Things to Do: Connecticut River Tidelands

by in May 2008
Things to Do: Connecticut River Tidelands
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Read Yankee‘s article about efforts to conserve the Connecticut River Tidelands.

Outdoor Recreation

Chimney Point Boat Rental
2 Clark Ave.
Old Saybrook

Connecticut Coastal Kayaking
18 Oak Tree Lane

Devil’s Hopyard State Park
366 Hopyard Road
East Haddam

Gillette Castle State Park
67 River Road
East Haddam

Great Island State Boat Launch
Smith Neck Road
Old Lyme

Griswold Point Preserve
Smith’s Neck Road (summers, boats only)
White Sands Beach Road (Labor Day-Memorial Day, pedestrians only)
Old Lyme

Haddam Meadows State Park
Route 154

Lieutenant River State Boat Launch
Route 156
Old Lyme

Lord Cove
Tantummaheag Town Landing
Tantummaheag Road (off Route 156)
Old Lyme

Salmon Cove
Connecticut/Salmon River Boat Launch
Route 149
East Haddam

Selden Neck State Park
River Road/Joshuatown Road (boat only)

Ted’s Bait & Tackle
35 Clark St./35 Ferry Road
Old Saybrook

Dining & Lodging

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Updated Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

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One Response to Things to Do: Connecticut River Tidelands

  1. christine Vagell December 28, 2011 at 4:04 pm #

    I’ve enjoyed kayaking out from a Stonington boat launch, sunning on a sandy island nearby, then finish the day with a delicious meal in Mystic at the S&p Oyster bar! In June to October it’s been grand!

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