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Instagrammable CT: On the Water at Connecticut's State Parks

Grab your gear and make a splash by spending some time on the water at one of Connecticut’s state parks. And thanks to the new Passport to Parks Program, Connecticut residents can access state parks for free this year. These destinations aren’t just great for on-the-water activities, but they also offer spectacular views—perfect for your Instagram feed.

Featuring: Harkness Memorial State Park | Lake Waramaug State Park | Mansfield Hollow State Park | Rocky Neck State Park | Silver Sands State Park | Squantz Pond State Park

Ocean Beach Park

Connecticut Beach Days

Perfect ways to frolic in the surf or kick back on the sand.

Featuring: Hammonasset Beach State Park | Harvey's Beach | Jacob's Beach | Ocean Beach Park | Rocky Neck State Park | Sherwood Island State Park | Silver Sands State Park

Saybrook Point Inn Water Dock

Great Drives Along the Connecticut Coast

Everyone knows that busy I-95 and U.S. Route 1 follow the Connecticut shoreline from Greenwich east out to Stonington, but there are a lot of lesser known routes that’ll give you the flavor of the coast and sometimes take you right down to the water. Here are several recommendations to get you started.

Featuring: B&B at Bartlett Farm | Book Barn | Central Regional Tourism District - River Valley/Greater Hartford | Eugene O'Neill Theater Center | Harkness Memorial State Park | Inn at Harbor Hill Marina | Lenny's Indian Head | Lighthouse Point Park | Ocean Beach Park | Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood | Rocky Neck State Park | Saybrook Point Resort & Marina | Sea Mist Thimble Island Cruise, LLC | Tarry Lodge - Westport | The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk | The Westport Inn | Town of Old Saybrook

Barn Island Wildlife Management Area

5 Saltwater Hikes

Most of Connecticut’s popular hiking trails are in the upstate hills and woods, but there are some very good ones right on the shoreline that bring saltwater views and the smell of the sea. They have the added benefits of being fairly level (in some cases, a little more like walking than hiking) and within easy access of I-95, U.S. Route 1 and even rail lines. Here are five, moving from east to west, that make a great way to spend a nice morning or afternoon.

Featuring: Barn Island Wildlife Management Area | Bluff Point Coastal Reserve | Hammonasset Beach State Park | Rocky Neck State Park | Town of East Haven

Rocky Neck State Park, Niantic

Connecticut's Public Beaches Along Long Island Sound

Connecticut’s jagged coastline stretches over 332 miles alongside the blue waters of Long Island Sound. Which means, from Greenwich to Groton, you