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Oyster Shell at Heritage Park, Norwalk
Oyster Shell at Heritage Park, Norwalk
Take a leisurely stroll along the water and observe wildlife at Oyster Shell at Heritage Park.  Educational signs are posted along the walkway and there is plenty of parking.  It is directly adjacent to the <a href=site.asp?siteid=303>Maritime Aquarium Park</a>.

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Norwalk, Connecticut
Yes. Contact City of Norwalk for fee schedule.
From the East: Take I-95 South. Take US 7 North via exit 15 and continue 0.21 miles. Take the ramp to Maritime Center, and continue for 0.12 miles. Turn slight left to take the ramp to Maritime Center. Turn left onto West Avenue and continue 0.22 miles. Turn left onto Ann Street, follow for 0.25 miles. Turn left onto Putnam Avenue and follow along waterfront to small parking area.
From the West: Take I-95 North. Take the exit 14 to South Norwalk and continue 0.17 miles. Stay straight to go onto Reed Street and continue 0.37 miles. Turn left onto Putnam Avenue.
Parking Lot
Parts of the site offering views of the water are wheelchair accessible. Some facilities/uses listed may not be fully accessible to the mobility-impaired.
 Site Contact Information
Website -City of Norwalk
Address -125 East Avenue
 Norwalk, CT 06851-5125
Access PierAccess Pier
Handicapped AccessHandicapped Access
Picnic AreaPicnic Area
Bird and WildlifeBird and Wildlife
Harbor SettingHarbor Setting
Intertidal FlatIntertidal Flat
Tidal WetlandTidal Wetland

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