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Walkway at Shaws Landing Condominiums, New London
Walkway at Shaws Landing Condominiums, New London
This 200-foot long walkway along Shaw Cove was developed as part of the neighboring condominium complex and will link the City of New London's waterfront park at the City Pier with the Fort Trumbull Riverwalk in the future.  Currently, the walkway provides only visual access to New London Harbor (and Shaw Cove) in the vicinity of the condominium development.  A hurricane barrier protects this site, which separates the condominium development from the public access facility.  Access to the public area is via Sparyard Street.

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 Location
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New London, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: I-95 South to Exit 84S-N-E. Once on the exit ramp, take the first exit to the left, and continue straight on the limited-access expressaway for .5 miles. Then, proceed straight at the traffic signal onto Eugene O'Neil Drive (which becomes Green Street at the intersection of Pearl Street) for .6 miles. Next, turn left onto Tilley Street, and follow for an extremely short distance. Then, turn right at the light onto Bank Street, and then take the immediate first left onto Sparyard Street. The entrance to the site is at the terminus of Sparyard Street, the latter being an extremely short street in length.
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From the West: I-95 North to Exit 83. At the end of the first exit ramp, proceed onto the second exit ramp/limited-access expressway and continue for .2 miles. Next, continue straight onto Huntington Street and follow .8 miles. Then, continue straight onto Tilley Street and proceed .1 mile. Turn right onto Bank Street, and then take the immediate first left onto Sparyard Street. The entrance to the site is at the terminus of Sparyard Street, the latter being an extremely short street in length.
 Parking
On street parking
 Accessibility
The path grades to meet the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.
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 Activities
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