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Town Dock Fishing Pier & Memorial, Stonington
Town Dock Fishing Pier & Memorial, Stonington
This site is situated in the quaint fishing village of Stonington Borough. Although much of the waterfront property in this village has been converted to residential dwellings, there is still an active marine commercial fishing fleet in the harbor. An interpretive sign at the pier describes the village's maritime history. Sailboats are commonly seen racing in this area. This site provides ample parking.

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 Location
View interactive map of Stonington Town Dock Fishing Pier and Memorial Northwest Street
Stonington, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 91. Turn right onto Pequot Trail/Route 234. Turn left onto North Main Street, follow for 2.2 miles. Make a left onto Trumbull Avenue. Take a right onto Alpha Avenue. Turn left onto Water Street. Make a right onto Pearl Street, stay straight on Pearl Street.
 Parking
None
 Accessibility
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.
 Site Contact Information
Website -Town of Stonington
Address -P.O. Box 152 / 152 Elm Street
 Stonington, CT 06378
 Facilities
Access PierAccess Pier
Handicapped AccessHandicapped Access
Picnic AreaPicnic Area
 Activities
FishingFishing
Historic, Cultural InterestHistoric, Cultural Interest
 Environment
Harbor SettingHarbor Setting

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