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Come enjoy the natural beauty of Old Saybrook at any time of the year. Take your canoe into the hidden beauty of coves, creeks and marshes and get a close-up view of the herons and egrets feeding. If you are lucky, you will catch sight of an osprey on its nest or perched in a tree eating its latest catch.

Walk the beach at sunset; check out the boats from all over the country docked at the marinas at Saybrook Point. Play mini-golf with one of the best views you?ll ever find.

Fresh air, sport and scenery make fishing a very popular pastime, whether on the Sound or the River.

Winter brings a special beauty of its own. Take an Eagle Cruise on the Connecticut River, or come see the Torchlight Parade during the Christmas season.

We have history, antique shops, art galleries and natural beauty. Come by water, rail, or car and be sure to bring your camera.

Seasonal Public Attractions Fort Saybrook Monument Park: Open year-round. Storyboards at site of original fort ?walk? you through history at one of the most picturesque spots on the Shoreline. Saybrook Point. Free

General William Hart House: Home of the Old Saybrook Historical Society. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 1-4pm, June and July. The Frank Stevenson Archives Building is open Wednesday and Thursday, 9am-12pm, year-round.

Harvey's Beach: Open year-round. Route 154 on Long Island Sound. Parking fee is $10.00 per car, Memorial Day to Labor Day. (FREE BEACH PASS TO ALL TOWN BEACHES IS INCLUDED.)

Saybrook Point Mini-Golf: Open daily Memorial Day to Labor Day. Weekends only in September. Saybrook Point Park.

Old Saybrook Walking Tour: A self-guided tour from the railroad station to the ?millstone? highlighting 37 homes, churches and commercial buildings. A descriptive brochure is available at the Chamber of Commerce office or by mail.

Old Saybrook Loop Ride: A 10-mile scenic circle of Old Saybrook from Main Street to the River, along Long Island Sound and back again. A map is available at the Chamber office or by mail.


Come and enjoy !