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Watercraft launch at Pawcatuck Park, Stonington
Watercraft launch at Pawcatuck Park, Stonington
Grassy municipal park with waterfront access to the Pawcatuck River, picnic and small boat launching opportunities, and views of Rhode Island on the opposite shore.  This is a small site set back behind buildings on US Route 1.  There is ample parking and lighting at the site.  The site is located adjacent to the Pawcatuck River, providing a gazebo and benches for picnics in a landscaped grassy area.  Public access signs are posted at the boat launch ramp, on Mechanic Street, and at a walking path leading to the site from US Route 1.  No boat tie-ups allowed at dock.

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View interactive map of Pawcatuck Park Corner Mechanic Street and West Broad Street(rear), Pawcatuck
Stonington, Connecticut
From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 91. Stay straight onto Pequot Trail/Route 234 for 3.4 miles. Turn left onto West Broad Street. Pawcatuck Park is located when West Broad Street intersects Mechanic Street.
Parking Lot
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
Access PierAccess Pier
Car-top Boat AccessCar-top Boat Access
Handicapped AccessHandicapped Access
Picnic AreaPicnic Area
Historic, Cultural InterestHistoric, Cultural Interest
Rocky ShoreRocky Shore
Tidal RiverTidal River

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