Long Beach Park 1 Oak Bluff Ave, Stratford, CT06615 One of Stratford's two ocean-facing beaches, Long Beach on the western tip of Lordship is exactly as it sounds -- a long…More strip of sandy beach on Long Island Sound. Accessible to the public by permit, Long Beach's entry is at the end of Oak Bluff Road. Long Beach is approximately 1.5 miles long and acts as a coastal barrier for Lewis Gut, with the vast wetlands located north of the beach. Long Beach is generally divided into three sections: the east beach area is most frequented by sunbathers, swimmers, fishermen and sail boarders, while the middle beach area is a bird nesting area. The western most area of Long Beach is where the former beach cottages were located and are now razed.
Lordship Elementary School 254 Crown St, Stratford, CT06615 Lordship Elementary School serves the K-6 population in the Lordship section of Stratford in the far south end of…More Stratford, along Long Island Sound. The school has more than 210 students and is centrally located on the peninsula. In addition to a diverse curriculum, the school features an outdoor playground and ballfield.
Rodeway Inn 10 Washington Pkwy, Stratford, CT06615 Located directly on the water on Washington Parkway, Rodeway Inn is a 28-room inn featuring its own beach and rooms…More with balconies overlooking Long Island Sound. Rooms are equipped with refrigerators, microwaves and high speed Internet access. Marnicks Restaurant is conveniently located downstairs and offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is also an ice cream stand and outdoor patio bar on the premises.
Marnick's Restaurant has been a landmark on the southern shore of Stratford for 53 years. They are open 7 days…More a week, serving a complete menu of American fare. This restaurant has been family owned for 3 generations.</p>
<p>They have seasonal outdoor seating which is a major attraction with their panaramic view of Long Island Sound.</p>
<p>Their Lobster Roll has been chosen Best in Connecticut multiple times.</p>
Flotilla 24-2 (USCG Auxillary) 1 Birdseye St, Stratford, CT06615 Flotilla 24-2 is a Stratford-based, civilian auxillary division of the US Coast Guard meeting every third…More Wednesday of the month except for in September. The Flotilla patrols the Long Island sound and local waterways, in addition to supporting non-military Coast Guard missions and offering vessel safety checks, navigation assistance, boating courses and environmental awareness programs.
Located at the sea wall, Mare Bello offers some of the finest Northern Italian cuisine, delicious fish and prime…More steaks in the area. This small restaurant, with great views of Long Island Sound, offers a friendly atmosphere with good food and good service at a reasonable price. It's a great place to go with that someone special or a small group. There is a full bar with happy hour from 3pm - 6pm.</p>
<p>Mare Bello was mentioned by voters on Patch as one of the most romantic restaurants in Stratford. Come on in and let Mollie give you a wonderful evening.</p>
Short Beach 1 Dorne Dr, Stratford, CT06615 Rivaling many of the fine beaches in the state of Connecticut, Stratford's Short Beach features glistening beaches with…More 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.