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Coastal Access SiteStewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge-Salt Meadow Unit
Westbrook, Connecticut Describe Site  Map Site Printable Version Help
Scenic view of Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge-Salt Meadow Unit, Westbrook
Scenic view of Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge-Salt Meadow Unit, Westbrook
Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge-Salt Meadow Unit provides trails for observing birds and wildlife.  A tidal river and tidal wetlands can be observed on site.
 Location
View interactive map of Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge-Salt Meadow Unit Old Clinton Road
Westbrook, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 64. Turn left off the exit onto Route 145 South (Horse Hill Road). Travel south on Route 145 for approximately 0.2 mile. Turn left at the traffic light onto Old Clinton Road. Travel on Old Clinton Road for approximately 0.9 mile. The entrance to Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge is on the right.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 64. Turn right off the exit onto Route 145 South (Horse Hill Road). Travel south on Route 145 for approximately 0.1 mile. Turn left at the traffic light onto Old Clinton Road. Travel on Old Clinton Road for approximately 0.9 mile. The entrance to Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge is on the right.
 Parking
Parking Lot
 Site Contact Information
Website -U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Address -733 Old Clinton Road
 Westbrook, CT 06498-1760
 Activities
Bird and WildlifeBird and Wildlife
TrailsTrails
 Environment
Tidal RiverTidal River
Tidal WetlandTidal Wetland

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