|Walnut Beach features sand for sunbathers and a pier for fishing. There is also plenty of shade under the Devon Rotary Pavilion and nearby picnic benches with canopies. The beach boasts one of Connecticut's longest boardwalks. Visitors can enjoy watching boats zoom across the Long Island Sound or seagulls spreading their wings along the shoreline.
Handicap Accessible: There are walkways that lead to the sand.
What makes this community special?: The Walnut Beach neighborhood, once known for its amusement parks and dance halls, is now making a comeback as an artists' community.
When's the best time of day to visit this beach?: Dawn till dusk.
Parking: Free lot for Milford Residents, On-street: free 2 hr parking, Residents are required to have annual parking sticker.
Others may pay $40 a day to park/the current posted prices.
Common activities: Cycling, Fishing, Motor boating, Picnicking, Sailing
Facilities: Boardwalk, Food/drink, Piers, Restrooms
Cars allowed: Yes