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View of the boat launch at Grand Street Boat Launch, East Lyme
View of the boat launch at Grand Street Boat Launch, East Lyme
Grand Street Boat Launch provides an alternative, especially for car-top boat launching, to the often crowded Niantic River State Boat Launch. To help you reach Grand Street Boat Launch, some routes leading to this site are posted with the brown and white Long Island Sound Access sign Long Island Sound Access sign.
 Location
View interactive map of Grand Street Boat Launch Grand Street
East Lyme, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 74 to Route 161/Flanders Road. Turn left Route 161/Flanders Road. Flanders Road turns into Pennsylvania Avenue. Follow until end which meets with Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street at 0.2 miles. Then turn left onto Smith Avenue. Then a quick right onto Grand Street.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 72 which is the Rocky Neck Connector. Turn right onto the Rocky Neck Connector. Follow until intersection with Route 156/West Main Street. Turn left onto West Main Street. Continue on West Main Street. West Main Street becomes Main Street. Turn left onto Smith Avenue. Then a quick right onto Grand Street.
 Parking
On street parking
 Site Contact Information
Website -Town of East Lyme
Address -108 Pennsylvania Avenue
 Niantic, CT 06357
 Facilities
Boat Launch RampBoat Launch Ramp
Car-top Boat AccessCar-top Boat Access
 Activities
BoatingBoating
 Environment
Tidal RiverTidal River

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