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Housatonic Boat Club
51 Shore Rd, Stratford, CT 06615

Housatonic Boat Club offers sailing (racing and instruction – 40 feet and under), boating (25 feet and under)More and social activities to its members. It is located on the Housatonic River's west bank and has 70 moorings and 30 slips. For a daily charge, transient moorings are welcome, but should call ahead. Housatonic Boat Club uses VHF Channel 68. Bathrooms and outdoor shower facilities are available to guests. Ice is sold at the club.

Outriggers Restaurant
605 Broad St, Stratford, CT 06615

Outriggers is located on the Housatonic River. In the warmer months, many patrons arrive via boats. The patio offersMore open-air dining with beautiful views.

The cuisine is Northern Italian. Outriggers also offers a large variety of fresh seafood and steak. The atmosphere is casual and the staff is very friendly and helpful. When the outdoor patio is open, there is live entertainment on the weekends.

Browns Marina
638 Stratford Ave, Stratford, CT 06615
Located next to Bond's Dock on Stratford Avenue, Brown's Marina offers boat slips on the Housatonic River as well asMore winter storage on land. The marina does not have gas services but it does sell a variety of marine and boat products including oil, cleaning supplies, fishing tackle and a variety of live bait.
Short Beach
1 Dorne Dr, Stratford, CT 06615
Rivaling many of the fine beaches in the state of Connecticut, Stratford's Short Beach features glistening beaches withMore views of both Long Island Sound and the mouth of the Housatonic River. Short Beach is part of town owned Short Beach Park. Short Beach is a favorite for fishing or kite flying. Picnicking is available at the pavilion on the beach. Short Beach offers beach, sun and surf in the summer and scenic views year-round. It also features several playground areas and excellent bird sightseeing opportunities.
Boothe Memorial Park & Museum
5800 Main St, Stratford, CT 06614
Boothe Memorial Park & Museum is located in the north end of Stratford by the Housatonic River and is a historicMore place. The park, which is free of charge, is open year round and is the home to various volunteer clubs and organizations, including the Great Pumpkin Festival, outdoor concerts and summer plays. The grounds also include picnic areas, an amphitheater, patio area, indoor dining hall, a wedding and rose garden, the Summer Cottage Genealogy Library, Carriage House, Americana Museum, Miniature Lighthouse and Clocktower Museum.
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