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Esker Point Park beach, Groton
Esker Point Park beach, Groton
Located off of Groton Long Point Road, this park offers a man-made beach area approximately 600 feet long. The park provides facilities for saltwater swimming and picnicking under a grove of shade trees. A snack bar, restrooms and lifeguards are available during the summer season. This site offers expansive views of Long Island Sound and Mouse Island.

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Groton, Connecticut
Yes. Contact Town of Groton for fee schedule.
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 89. Take a left onot Mystic Street/Route 614. Follow for about 0.9 miles. Turn right onto West Main Street/New London Road. Follow New London Road for 1.4 miles. Turn left onto Groton Long Point Road/Route 215.
From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 88. Take a right onto North Road. North Road becomes New Town Road. Turn left onto Fort Hill Road. Follow for about 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Groton Long Point Road.
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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 -Town of Groton
Address -Groton Parks and Recreation, 45 Fort Hill Road
 Groton, CT 06340
Food ConcessionFood Concession
Handicapped AccessHandicapped Access
Picnic AreaPicnic Area
Sanitary Facilities (seasonal)Sanitary Facilities (seasonal)
Unsupervised SwimmingUnsupervised Swimming
Fronting Long Island SoundFronting Long Island Sound
Sandy BeachSandy Beach

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