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To find where your business has been featured in the Office of Tourism’s advertising, PR, emails, and articles in the last year or more, type your business name in the search box below. As you type, you’ll see a drop down list of matches. Select your business name to see results.
This is one of 20 pairs that ran in various types of out-of-home advertising in summer 2018. It ran in Columbus Circle station in NYC, on digital kiosks all over Manhattan, along the rail lines for Metro North and LIRR, on bus shelters in Boston, and on a few roadside billboards near the edges of Connecticut.
Featuring: Sherwood Island State Park | Visit Collinsville
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
Albert Turner walked the entire Connecticut shoreline in 1914. His mission, as the first State Parks employee, was to identify Connecticut’s best spots for coastal recreation. You probably don’t have time to hunt that hard for beach-day bliss. So, this guide to saltwater adventures on Long Island Sound will help you choose the sandy expanse that’s right for you.
Featuring: Black Duck Cafe | Book Barn | Captain Scott's Lobster Dock | Chamard Vineyards | Connecticut Children's Museum | Downeast Lighthouse Cruises | Fort Trumbull State Park | Gilbertie's Herb Gardens | Gumdrops & Lollipops Candy Shoppe | Hammonasset Beach State Park | Harvey's Beach | Henry Whitfield State Museum | Jacob's Beach | Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center | Lenny & Joe's Fish Tale Restaurant (Madison) | Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts | Meigs Point Nature Center | Ocean Beach Park | Rocky Glen State Park | Rolnick Observatory | Sherwood Island State Park | Shoreline Segway | Spa at Saybrook Point Resort & Marina | The Sculpture Mile
Connecticut’s jagged coastline stretches over 332 miles alongside the blue waters of Long Island Sound. Which means, from Greenwich to Groton, you’ll find dozens of sandy beaches to enjoy. Whether you want to revel in the scenery, relax on the beach, play in the sand, swim in the Sound or all of the above, there’s a beach that’s perfect for everyone in the family. Click on any of the public beaches in Connecticut below for activities, opening times, parking fees, directions and more.
Featuring: Calf Pasture & Shady Beach | Clinton Town Beach | Compo Beach |