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Saltaire Subdivision, Old Saybrook
Saltaire Subdivision, Old Saybrook
200 feet of stone dust path atop a coastal bluff provides sweeping views of Long Island Sound at this site. Best to access this site by foot or bike (bike rack provided) due to limited on-site parking. Please respect the privacy of adjacent property owners and avoid sitting on the fences that separate the public from the private portions of the site.

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 Location
View interactive map of Saltaire Subdivision Hartlands Drive/Pratt Road
Old Saybrook, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From the East: I-95 South to Exit 68. Proceed straight, heading toward U.S. Route 1 for .9 miles. Turn left onto Boston Post Road/Route 154 & Route 1, and follow for .4 miles. Turn left onto Route 154/Main Street and continue for 1 mile. Turn right onto Maple Avenue and continue for 1.3 miles, then bear slightly to the right and travel onto Town Beach Road. Proceed on Town Beach Road for a short distance, and then turn left onto Pratt Road. Continue straight, and at the end of the road, parking will be on the right on Hartlands Drive. The site is also known as Hartlands Drive Overlook.
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From the West: I-95 North to Exit 66. Turn right onto Route 166/Spencer Plain Road. Turn left at the end of the road onto U.S. Route 1/Boston Post Road, and follow for 1.3 miles. Turn right onto Route 154/Old Boston Post Road, and then make a second right (within an extremely short distance) onto Route 154/Great Hammock Road. Proceed approximately 1.8 miles to a four-way intersection and stop sign. Turn right onto Town Beach Road and continue a short distance, and then turn left onto Pratt Road. Continue straight, and at the end of the road, parking will be on the right on Hartlands Drive. The site is also known as Hartlands Drive Overlook.
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