Bluff Point State Park and Coastal Reserve Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This hike explores Connecticut’s last vestige of undeveloped coast—an 800-acre wooded peninsula that extends into Long Island Sound and is bounded by the Poquonock River and Mumford Cove. Its sandy spit offers coastal and bay discovery. The varied wild supports deer, raccoons, and sea, shore, and woodland birds.
Designated a coastal reserve, site facilities are few. An easy loop on closed dirt roads and shore introduces the coastal woodland, spit, and bluff and gives nod to the 1700s homesite of Governor Winthrop."