- Our list of the best things to do in Niantic, Connecticut, features the top 320 nearby activities — including 143 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Ferry Road, Old Lyme, CT 6371 MoreLess Info
At DEEP Marine Headquarters - Ferry Landing Park, visitors can enjoy bird and wildlife viewing, crabbing, and fishing activities. The site offers scenic views of the Connecticut River for guests that are seeking photo opportunities.
Nestled in Groton, Connecticut, Bluff Point State Park is a free wilderness area renowned for its shellfish population. Visitors may catch fish and shellfish, but must first purchase a Groton Township fishing permit. Parking is free.
Between the Bridges Llc is a full service marina and boatyard on the Connecticut River. The marina offers access to Long Island Sound and features slip rentals, storage, repairs, sales, and a 280 foot fuel dock.
With a 42 ft boat for offshore and 30 ft boat for inshore fishing, Islander Sport Fishing Charters provides fishing trips and sunset cruises. Inshore charters can be half or full day and offshore can be 1 or 2 days.
Guests can enjoy cruises and private charters on the Connecticut River aboard the Mystique at Lady Katharine Cruises. They offer a variety of public cruises like lunch and brunch cruises and also host weddings and other private events.
Offering two park areas, Central Bark Dog Park has fenced areas for both larger and smaller dogs to play and interact. The park has both sunny and shaded areas, picnic tables and a double gate to keep dogs inside.