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View from Mariner's Point Condominiums, Milford
View from Mariner's Point Condominiums, Milford
Mariners Point Condominiums is a lovely public access area to watch boats sail in and out of the Milford Harbor.  The entrance to this site is obscure, it is located at the very end of Trumbull Avenue.  When you arrive at the end of Trumball Avenue.  Milford Yacht Club will be on your left and the Mariner's Point Condominiums on your right (there is no sign for Mariner's Point Condominiums).  There is a private property sign on a chain link fence that is part of the Yacht Club.  To the right of this sign is an attractive walkway located between tall hedges.  This walkway leads you through a lawn area to the beach area that has a sign that says private beach but this sign is incorrect--this is a public access area.  This is the public access walkway down to the beach/fishing area.  This is a lovely public access area and you can sit and watch the boats sail in and out of the Milford Yacht Club.

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 Location
View interactive map of Mariners Point Condominiums 150 Trumbull Avenue
Milford, Connecticut
 Fees
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 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 36, which is Plains Road exit. Turn sharp left onto Plains Road. Turn slight right onto West Clark Street. Turn left onto Bridgeport Avenue/Route 162. Turn right onto Seaside Avenue. Seaside Avenue becomes Trumbull Avenue.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 36, which is the Plains Road exit. Turn slight right onto Plains Road. Turn slight right onto WestClark Street. Turn left onto Bridgeport Avenue/Route 162. Turn right onto Seaside Avenue becomes Trumbull Avenue.
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