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Coastal Access SiteShea/Ram Island
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Aerial view of Shea/Ram Island, Norwalk
Aerial view of Shea/Ram Island, Norwalk
Shea Island's shoreline is strewn with rocks and boulders.  Overnight camping is allowed with a permit.
 Location
View interactive map of Shea/Ram Island Norwalk Harbor
Norwalk, Connecticut
 Fees
Yes. Contact City of Norwalk for fee schedule.
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 16 to East Norwalk and continue 0.14 miles. Keep left at the fork in the ramp. Turn left onto East Avenue and continue 0.49 miles. Turn right onto Van Zant Street/Route 136. Continue to follow Route 136 to Norwalk Harbor. This island is located in Norwalk Harbor and is accessible by private vessel only.
address
From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 14 to South Norwalk and continue 0.17 miles. Turn right onto Fairfield Avenue and continue 0.39 miles. Fairfield Avenue becomes West Washington Street and continue 0.38 miles. Turn right onto Water Street/Route 136 which leads to Norwalk Harbor. This island is located in Norwalk Harbor and is accessible by private vessel only.
 Parking
None
 Site Contact Information
Website -City of Norwalk
Address -125 East Avenue
 Norwalk, CT 06851-5125
 Facilities
CampingCamping
 Activities
Bird and WildlifeBird and Wildlife
FishingFishing
ShellfishingShellfishing
Unsupervised SwimmingUnsupervised Swimming
 Environment
Harbor SettingHarbor Setting
Intertidal FlatIntertidal Flat
IslandIsland
Fronting Long Island SoundFronting Long Island Sound
Rocky ShoreRocky Shore
Sandy BeachSandy Beach
Tidal WetlandTidal Wetland

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