Calf Pasture Beach is a popular getaway in Norwalk, CT where you can you can fish, play volleyball or eat lunch at a restaurant operated by Stew Leonard’s.
Along the Long Island Sound in Norwalk, Connecticut is the popular Calf Pasture Beach. Colony settlers used this beach in the 17th century as a place for cows to graze, giving it the name it has today.
While visiting Calf Pasture Beach, you can fish, comb for seashells, play volleyball or bocce, and even eat lunch at a restaurant operated by Stew Leonard’s, the largest dairy farm in the world. Across from Calf Pasture Beach is Taylor Farm Park, which has grassy areas allowing dog walking and a tide pool for budding marine biologists. At the Norwalk Sailing School within the park, you can rent sailboats and kayaks and sail along the Norwalk Islands Canoe/Kayak Trail. There are also classes offered at the training center at Calf Pasture if you feel you need to brush up on boater safety.
Don’t forget the annual events occurring at Calf Pasture, such as the Greenwich Kennel club dog show and the Fourth of July Fireworks! It is also home to Kayak for a Cause, an annual non-profit kayaking fundraiser that raises money for local and national charities. No matter what you do at Calf Pasture Beach, whether it’s a game of bocce or tanning on the sand, you are sure to have a good time.
You can have a glimpse of the natural beauty of Calf Pasture Beach in this video presentation.
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