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View at duBois Beach, Stonington
View at duBois Beach, Stonington
duBois Beach is located in the picturesque seaside village of Stonington Borough. Enjoy the site’s shallow water-depths, on-site pavilion, and clean, family-oriented sandy beach. The beach’s 265 feet of shoreline fills up quickly so plan to arrive early. Stonington Community Center lifeguards monitor the beach for your safety. Park at the Stonington Point lot at the end of Water Street. A day use permit for the beach can be obtained on-site. It is recommended that visitors contact Stonington Community Center at 860-535-2476 for fee schedule.

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 Location
View interactive map of duBois Beach Water Street
Stonington, Connecticut
 Fees
Yes. Contact Stonington Village Improvement Association for fee schedule.
 Directions
From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 91. Take a right onto Pequot Trail/Route 234. Turn left onto North Main Street, follow for 2.2 miles. Make a left onto Trumbull Avenue. Turn right onto Alpha Avenue. Then make a left onto Water Street. Follow to end. duBois Beach will be on your right before you enter the parking area.
 Parking
Parking Lot
 Site Contact Information
Website -Stonington Village Improvement Association
Address -P.O. Box 18
 Stonington, CT
 Facilities
Picnic AreaPicnic Area
Sanitary Facilities (seasonal)Sanitary Facilities (seasonal)
 Activities
Supervised SwimmingSupervised Swimming
 Environment
Harbor SettingHarbor Setting
Rocky ShoreRocky Shore
Sandy BeachSandy Beach

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