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Day Parking Passes
The nonresident parking fee is $25/car on weekdays before 5 pm, $30/car on weekends before 5:00 pm, and $10 after 5:00 pm. Passes are available at the beach.
Take I-95 to Exit 16, turn south on East Avenue, and past two traffic lights, going under the railroad bridge. Bear left after third traffic light to Cemetery Street; bear right onto Gregory Blvd. south to traffic circle. Bear left and follow Calf Pasture Beach Road to beach parking area.
Getting married at the beach
If you’re wishing for a blue water backdrop for your special day and you can’t do the Caribbean, how about a celebration at Calf Pasture Beach, or neighboring Shady Beach. Both offer easy affordable options that don’t require shoes. We can’t guarantee rainbows but they do happen.
You could do a ceremony on the beach...
Then follow with a reception in one of the pavilions and maybe even throw in a volleyball challenge from the wedding party.
Take your love for a discovery stroll down the beach walk; it might prove the perfect solution.
If you’re thinking of something lush and green instead, look into Norwalk’s Gallaher Mansion in Cranbury Park
Playing at the beach
There’s so much to do here everyday
Baseball/softball, volleyball, skate park, playground, chill time, sun and sand sports, the sailing school, bocce, basketball and 3/4 of a mile of open coast line with tremendous views. There are also special events scheduled all season long; from car shows to concerts.
Eating at the Beach
Ripka's Full Menu
Enjoy a casual nosh and fresh seafood at Ripka's.
Ripka’s Beach Café is open year round.
A Birthday Party at Calfe' Mu?
Calfe' Mu is CLOSED for the season.
Our patio is a great spot for a birthday bash. In season you can also grab a coffee, muffin or ice cream. Free WIFI too.Calfe' Mu
Plan your next outing at Calf Pasture
Family events, Retirement parties and Corporate events are all guaranteed to be a success here. There's something for everyone down at Calf Pasture. Get your season pass and join the fun.
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