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View from Smith Neck Town Landing, Old Lyme
View from Smith Neck Town Landing, Old Lyme
Smith Neck Town Landing provides access to the Back River and Great Island with excellent bird watching. There is a very small parking lot at this site. Signage is provided at this site at the driveway entrance. PLEASE NOTE: At low tide there are only a few inches of water available from the launch to the channel. Check tide tables before visiting Smith Neck Town Landing to launch safely your car-top boat. Sanitary facilities are provided only during the summer boating season.


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 Location
View interactive map of Smith Neck Town Landing Smith Neck Road
Old Lyme, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 70. Turn left onto Lyme Street, follow until reach Route 156. Turn left onto Route 156/Shore Road. Turn right onto Smith Neck Road. Look for the sign at the curve in road and follow drive until the end.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 70. Turn right onto Route 156/Neck Road, follow for 1.7 miles. Turn right onto Smith Neck Road. Look for the sign at the curve in road and follow drive until the end.
 Parking
None
 Site Contact Information
Website -Town of Old Lyme
Address -52 Lyme Street
 Old Lyme, CT 06371
 Facilities
Car-top Boat AccessCar-top Boat Access
Picnic AreaPicnic Area
Sanitary Facilities (seasonal)Sanitary Facilities (seasonal)
 Activities
Bird and WildlifeBird and Wildlife
BoatingBoating
CrabbingCrabbing
FishingFishing
 Environment
Tidal RiverTidal River
Tidal WetlandTidal Wetland

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