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Lovely New England beach—great for walks and people watching until the fee kicks in. Westport pricing has gone off the rails—clearly designed to limit people visiting. At $50+ to park in the most distant lot, you’ll have to decide whether the small rocky beach is...More
Beautiful beach with calm lake like water behind Long Island. Spectacular sunsets - tennis courts and sailing and a great restaurant on the grounds as well as a beachside fast food style burger joint run by the town and manned by an enthusiastic crew of...More
My long weekend in Westport, Connecticut with a close girlfriend, walking on lovely Compo Beach and enjoying sitting on the sand and sunning ourselves, picnicking on the beach, was such a wonderful experience and one I'll always treasure. You'll love the natural beauty of this...More
We are frequents in the summer, however, if weather will allow a walk on the beach, we will head over. Easy, small beach, with parking nearby. You can stroll the whole beach by foot from end to end. Beautiful seascapes, great concessions, perfect playgrounds. Although...More
No, you do not need a pass. The pass is only for parking at the beach, the town does not screen people going into the beach. While you won't be able to be driven into the center of the beach, there is a drop off zone right... More
No, you do not need a pass. The pass is only for parking at the beach, the town does not screen people going into the beach. While you won't be able to be driven into the center of the beach, there is a drop off zone right outside the beach. If you wish to park nearby, Westport train station is around 2 or 3 miles away, and if you use the pedestrian crossing on the train bridge over the river (south side of station to Ferry Lane) biking to the beach is on flat and manageable terrain either on back-roads or sidewalks. There are also bike racks at the beach. Parking at the train station (make sure you're in the correct lot, day parking and not permit parking) is $5/weekdays and free on weekends, though this could change in the future.