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Fort Street Landing, Groton
Fort Street Landing, Groton
This parcel, located on Thames Street at the foot of Fort Street, was once used as a landing for Fort Griswold.  Today it offers views of the Thames River and downtown New Londonís waterfront.  There are benches and a grass area from which one can view submarines and commercial and recreational boats as they travel the Thames River.  No parking provided.  State-owned.

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Groton, Connecticut
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 86. Keep left at the fork at the end of the ramp. Stay straight to go onto Kings Highway for 0.2 miles. Make a slight right onto Bridge Street, follow for 0.7 miles. Bridge Street becomes Thames Street, continue for 0.5 miles on Thames Street and Fort Street Landing will be on your right.
From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 85, US-1 Thames Street/Downtown Groton. Take the Thames Street ramp. Stay straight to go onto Bridge Street (Bridge Street becomes Thames Street).
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.
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Website -CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
Address -79 Elm Street
 Hartford, CT 06106-5127
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