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Beaches & Parks

From shore to forest, explore Milford’s beautiful parks.

Silver Sands State Park

Sandy beaches, boardwalks, seashells, and shore birds dominate the attraction to Silver Sands’ beaches in Milford.

Walnut Beach

Beach volleyball, a live concert series, an incredible mile-long boardwalk, a fishing pier, and nearby walkable area make this a dynamic beachfront attraction.

Eisenhower Park

Featuring beautiful nature trails along the Wepawaug River, Bodie’s Place–an accessible playground with splash pad, a dog park, tennis & pickleball courts, and more.

Fowler Field

Located adjacent to downtown and Milford Harbor, this park features tennis and basketball courts, a playground, baseball fields, and community pavilion for events.

Gulf Beach

Sandy beaches and a fishing pier make for a picturesque location at the mouth of Milford Harbor. Perfect for sunset viewing.

Anchor Beach

A small, sandy beach in the Borough of Woodmont. Rock outcroppings and small islands on the sound make this a scenic viewpoint.

Wilcox Park

Wooded park along Milford Harbor with nature trails.

Woodmont Beach

A long, sandy beach in historic Woodmont Borough.

The Coastal Audubon Center at Milford Point

A bird sanctuary and nature preserve with educational amenities, an observation tower, and beautiful coastline to explore.
Beaver Brook Trails

Beaver Brook

Wooded nature trails along wetlands, featuring a wooden boardwalk.

Milford Green

The second longest town green in New England. Located in the heart of downtown, its history goes back to at least 1646.

North Street Green/Duck Ponds

Beautiful ponds and waterfalls surrounded by historic 18th and 19th century homes.

Mondo Ponds

Nature trails that loop around Mondo Ponds. A great spot for bird watching.

The Orchards Golf Course

A professionally maintained, 9-hole par 32 golf course that’s open to the public.

Solomon Woods

A hundred acres of rustic woods with trail system, perfect for hiking or mountain biking.