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Bluff Point State Park

Connecticut State Park

806 acres in Groton, CT

Parking: Free large lot down the road from 55 Depot Rd, Groton, CT

Trail Map


The most popular trail runs along the water from the parking lot to Bluff Point.  It is wide flat and heavily trafficked.  There are around six miles of trails that loop around the property with views of Poquonnock River, Mumford Cove, and Fishers Island Sound.  The coastal preserve property also contains Bushy Point Beach.

You can also easily connect to Haley Farm State Park, the G&S Trolley Trail, or the Poquonnock River Trail.

History:

“The long, narrow beach is a geological remnant of the continental glaciers and subsequent erosion by wind and water… an ongoing process.” (From CT DEEP site)


Links:

Peter Marteka – Bluff Point Offers A Bit Of Cape Cod In Connecticut

Steve at CTMQ – TSTL’16.14: Bluff Point State Park

Mountain Biking at Bluff Point – NEMBLA

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.

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Trail Map


The most popular trail runs along the water from the parking lot to Bluff Point.  It is wide flat and heavily trafficked.  There are around six miles of trails that loop around the property with views of Poquonnock River, Mumford Cove, and Fishers Island Sound.  The coastal preserve property also contains Bushy Point Beach.

You can also easily connect to Haley Farm State Park, the G&S Trolley Trail, or the Poquonnock River Trail.

History:

“The long, narrow beach is a geological remnant of the continental glaciers and subsequent erosion by wind and water… an ongoing process.” (From CT DEEP site)


Links:

Peter Marteka – Bluff Point Offers A Bit Of Cape Cod In Connecticut

Steve at CTMQ – TSTL’16.14: Bluff Point State Park

Mountain Biking at Bluff Point – NEMBLA

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Bluff Point State Park

Connecticut State Park

806 acres in Groton, CT

Parking: Free large lot down the road from 55 Depot Rd, Groton, CT

Trail Map


The most popular trail runs along the water from the parking lot to Bluff Point.  It is wide flat and heavily trafficked.  There are around six miles of trails that loop around the property with views of Poquonnock River, Mumford Cove, and Fishers Island Sound.  The coastal preserve property also contains Bushy Point Beach.

You can also easily connect to Haley Farm State Park, the G&S Trolley Trail, or the Poquonnock River Trail.

History:

“The long, narrow beach is a geological remnant of the continental glaciers and subsequent erosion by wind and water… an ongoing process.” (From CT DEEP site)


Links:

Peter Marteka – Bluff Point Offers A Bit Of Cape Cod In Connecticut

Steve at CTMQ – TSTL’16.14: Bluff Point State Park

Mountain Biking at Bluff Point – NEMBLA

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.

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Bluff Point State Park

Connecticut State Park

806 acres in Groton, CT

Parking: Free large lot down the road from 55 Depot Rd, Groton, CT

Trail Map


The most popular trail runs along the water from the parking lot to Bluff Point.  It is wide flat and heavily trafficked.  There are around six miles of trails that loop around the property with views of Poquonnock River, Mumford Cove, and Fishers Island Sound.  The coastal preserve property also contains Bushy Point Beach.

You can also easily connect to Haley Farm State Park, the G&S Trolley Trail, or the Poquonnock River Trail.

History:

“The long, narrow beach is a geological remnant of the continental glaciers and subsequent erosion by wind and water… an ongoing process.” (From CT DEEP site)


Links:

Peter Marteka – Bluff Point Offers A Bit Of Cape Cod In Connecticut

Steve at CTMQ – TSTL’16.14: Bluff Point State Park

Mountain Biking at Bluff Point – NEMBLA

The information shown here is for general reference purposes only. exploreCT.org gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of this data. Parking in all areas, whether designated here or not, is at your own risk. exploreCT.org is not responsible for any damage or loss to vehicles or contents.