Soundkeeper 7 Edgewater Pl, Norwalk, CT06855 Long Island Soundkeeper Terry Backer and members of the non-profit Soundkeeper spend their days protecting and…More preserving the Long Island Sound through patrols, investigations and intervention, and by bringing problems with the Sound to the public's attention. Soundkeeper is an advocate for the Sound and the voice of concerned citizens. It is "dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the biological, physical and chemical integrity of Long Island Sound and its watershed." Members work hard to keep the Sound's waters fishable and swimmable. Donations are welcome.
Ischoda Yacht Club 138 Water St, Norwalk, CT06854 Founded in 1886, Ischoda Yacht Club is one of the oldest clubs on the Long Island Sound and very rich in history. The…More club only offers 19 slips for docking personal boats, leading to a highly competitive and lengthy waiting period for acceptance into the club. Dining is offered on the premises for both lunch and dinner.
Norwalk Cove Marina 48 Calf Pasture Beach Rd, Norwalk, CT06855 Norwalk Cove Marina offers maintenance, repair and restoration of yachts. It works with recreational and commercial boat…More owners. This is the only marine facility in the western Long Island Sound with four travelifts with a hauling capacity up to 150 tons for boats up to 138' in length. Norwalk Cove Marina also rents space for both marine-related as well as other businesses.
Norwalk Seaport Association 132 Water St, Norwalk, CT06854 Established in 1978, the Norwalk Seaport Association is a nonprofit maritime and environmental preservation…More organization, providing area residents with an array of fun and enriching programs, special events, and workshops. Primarily known for its annual NSA Oyster Festival, the association also facilitates numerous fund-raising opportunities for more than 20 local charities and nonprofits, and it also offers sightseeing services to Sheffield Island and its lighthouse, as well as the greater Long Island Sound. For more information, please contact the Norwalk Seaport Association at the provided telephone number or visit its Web site.
Owned and maintained by the City of Norwalk, Calf Pasture Beach offers public access to the Long Island Sound and…More free parking to residents, who can obtain a parking pass from the Parks and Recreation Department in City Hall.
Visitors to Calf Pasture Beach can take advantage of the volleyball and bocce courts, softball fields, fishing pier (with a license from Town Clerk), sailing school, kayak and wind-surfing rentals, picnic grove and boardwalk concessions.