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Saugatuck River Boardwalk, Westport
Saugatuck River Boardwalk, Westport
Saugatuck River Boardwalk is located adjacent to The Inn and Shops at National Hall.  It has a nice boardwalk along the water.  There is a time limit on parking.  There are no public access signs posted at this site.

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 Location
View interactive map of Saugatuck River Boardwalk 8-26 Wilton Road
Westport, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South. Take the exit 38 to Route 15/Merritt and West Cross Pkwys and continue 0.21 miles. Take Milford Pkwy and continue 1.63 miles. Continue onto Route 15 South via the exit on the left to Merritt Pkwy/North City and continue 17.88 miles. Take the Route 33 exit 41 to Westport/Wilton and continue 0.07 miles. Turn left onto Route 33/Wilton Road. End at 8-26 Wilton Road.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to US 7 North via exit 15 to Norwalk/Danbury and continue 1.81 miles. Take the Route 123/New Canaan Avenue exit 2 and continue 0.32 miles. Turn left onto Route 123/New Canaan Avenue and continue 0.12 miles. Turn left onto Main Street and continue 0.34 miles. Main Street becomes Main Avenue then continue 0.68 miles. Take Route 15 N/Merritt Pkwy to New Haven and continue 3.22 miles. Take the Route 33 exit number 41 to Westport/Weston and continue 0.15 miles. Turn right onto Route 33/Wilton Road.
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