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Old Saybrook Dinghy Dock

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The Old Saybrook Dinghy Dock is located in the historic town of Old Saybrook, Connecticut, where the Connecticut River meets the Sound. This town, one of the oldest in the state, has a rich history dating back to 1635. The dock is part of the town’s extensive marine facilities, which include various marinas and boatyards. The dock provides a place for transient boaters to moor their dinghies, offering them access to the town and its amenities. It’s an integral part of the local boating community, contributing to Old Saybrook’s charm and appeal as a maritime destination. Read Laurie D.’s review of Windsor Locks Canal Trail State Park on Yelp

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Town of Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook, CT 06475