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Compo Colonial Cemetery, Westport
Compo Colonial Cemetery, Westport
Compo Colonial Cemetery fronts a tidal river and a bench is provided for visitors.  Trails and walkways suit the purpose for bird and wildlife observation.  Fishing is also permitted at this site.  Compo Colonial Cemetery has historic and cultural interest.

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 Location
View interactive map of Compo Colonial Cemetery Compo Beach Road
Westport, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 18 to Sherwood Island State Park and continue 0.16 miles. Take the ramp to US-1/Westport and continue 0.09 miles. Take Sherwood Island Connector/Route 476 North and continue 0.19 miles. Turn left onto Greens Farms Road and continue 1.65 miles. Turn left onto Compo Road South and continue 0.88 miles. Turn slight right onto Compo Beach Road.
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From the West: Take I-95 North. Take the Route 136 exit 17 to Route 33/Westport/Saugatuck and continue 0.27 miles. Turn slight left onto Saugatuck Avenue/Route 136. Continue to follow Route 136 for 0.37 miles. Turn right onto Bridge Street/Route 136 and continue 0.50 miles. Turn right onto Compo Road South for 0.88 miles. Turn slight right onto Compo Beach Road.
 Parking
On street parking
 Site Contact Information
Website -Town of Westport
Address -260 South Compo Road
 Westport, CT 06880
 Activities
Bird and WildlifeBird and Wildlife
FishingFishing
Historic, Cultural InterestHistoric, Cultural Interest
TrailsTrails
WalkwaysWalkways
 Environment
Tidal RiverTidal River
Tidal WetlandTidal Wetland

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