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It's a decently Sandy Beach, but not the best water. You do need to go further up the coast for that, but parking here is great and they do have some really good food options too. Better than anywhere around and nice in the evening...More
Calf Pasture is now one of the nicest beaches to spend summers in. From the newly built pier, to the children's water park, to the grassy lawns for shade, the playground for all age children, to Ripka's and the other food offerings, and the beach...More
We went there on Labor Day it was not overerly crowed so that was weird until we entered the beach, it’s very rocky and the water has a weird and nasty smell to it, for $35 to park there I would not recommend it, most...More
We travel from NYC to visit this beach. Pretty little islands surround this beach as well as a fishing pier. There is a good cafe called Ripkas, where you can get lobster cheap. (Bring your own nutcracker and fork because their's are plastic). Great hamburgers...More
There are so many events, movie nights, live music, charity events, shows and festivals CPB is a gem. City residents park free and the beach is kept nice by the parks dept. even without something going on it’s a lovely stroll.
We are non-residents of Norwalk, so we waited until after 5pm to enter. A storm blew up just after we parked, so most of the patrons were leaving making our visit almost private. This is a beautiful beach with playgrounds for the kids and a...More
we went to Calf Pasture Beach based on all the reviews and number 1 rating in CT. As soon as we stepped on the beach, it was sand mixed in with rocks and stones. By the water it was gravel and in the water were...More