Calf Pasture Beach


Access Point: 99 Calf Pasture Beach Road
Additional Information: http://www.norwalkct.org/index.aspx?NID=943


The area now known as Calf Pasture was used by Connecticut colony settlers in the 17th century as grazing land for cows. This activity gave rise to the name of the beach. The Calf Pasture Beach area has a large guarded beach, a fishing pier, a tree shaded playground, a small unpaved boat ramp (suited to cartop boat launches not trailers), sand volleyball courts, bocce courts, a skateboard park, baseball diamonds (with lighting for nighttime games), accessible restrooms, and food stands.

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Misc. Photos from Calf Pasture Beach