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Ramps in Connecticut
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posted 12-09-2003 07:47 AM ET (US)
I live in the Danbury Connecticut area and I am interested in ramps that are open to the public to get into the Long Island sound preferably around the Norwalk area....
posted 12-09-2003 07:50 AM ET (US)
How about the ramps in Norwalk? I believe they are open to the public but there may be a non-resident ramp fee. Probably not this time of the year, however.
posted 12-09-2003 03:26 PM ET (US)
posted 12-09-2003 06:06 PM ET (US)
It isn't clear from that site whether Norwalk will issue one time day permits. Some towns will. Its worth a call to the Norwalk city hall. If it is not open to the public then try Westport. See http://dep.state.ct.us/rec/boating/guide/part5_03.pdf .
posted 12-09-2003 09:58 PM ET (US)
Give Surfside3 in Norwalk a call. They may be able to put your boat in for you for a small fee. They are right on the river and have rack storage. They are a Whaler dealer.
If they charge too much or won't let you leave your trailer there, ask them where to go, they will know.
Are you looking for someplace to use all summer or are you looking to do this just once or twice?
Surfside 3 - OF - CT
posted 12-10-2003 08:23 AM ET (US)
there is a ramp in stamford ct on shippan ave at the town park opposite john herman marine center.
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