Point-No-Point

Beach Drive, Stratford, CT

Also known as The Seawall, Point-No-Point provides easy parking and a pleasant walk along the beach on the Long Island Sound. Please note that at Russian Beach, to the immediate east of Point-No-Point, only the area seaward of mean high water is open to the public. Walk along the wet sand area of this beach. From the East: Take I-95 South to exit 30. Follow the signs to Sikorsky Memorial Airport. Drive through the Great Meadows salt marsh, passing the airport on the left. At the next stop sign, go straight over Oak Bluff Avenue and then Lordship Boulevard turns into Stratford Road. Take a right onto the fourth street on the right which is Washington Road and follow that to Beach Drive. You should see the Point-No-Point walkway and city meters running along the front for parking. From the West: Take I-95 North to exit 30. Follow the signs to Sikorsky Memorial Airport. Drive through the Great Meadows salt marsh, passing the airport on the left. At the next stop sign, go straight over Oak Bluff Avenue and then Lordship Boulevard turns into Stratford Road. Take a right onto the fourth street on the right which is Washington Road and follow that to Beach Drive. You should see the Point-No-Point walkway and city meters running along the front for parking.