Calf Pasture Beach
Calf Pasture Beach is an historically significant park and beach in East Norwalk, Connecticut along Long Island Sound.
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... The Calf Pasture Beach area has a large guarded beach, a fishing pier, a tree shaded playground, a small unpaved boatramp (suited to cartop boat launches not trailers), sand volleyball courts, bocce ... Adjacent Shady Beach Park offers an unmonitored beach, shaded picnic tables, grills, and additional rest room facilities ... Adjacent to Shady Beach is Taylor Farm Park which has a tidal pool and grassy and wooded areas for dogwalking ...
... The last several years have included an after-party on Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk, featuring a concert by big-name artists and a silent auction. 2007, and was the first to use Veterans Park in East Norwalk rather than Calf Pasture Beach ... and it allowed for expansion of the event, especially the late-afternoon and evening beach party ...
... and through to the mid-19th century, a calf pasture a place where nearby Dorchester residents took their calves for grazing ... In the 1880s, the calf pasture was used as a Boston sewer line and pumping station, known as the Calf Pasture Pumping Station Complex ...
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“They will tell you tough stories of sharks all over the Cape, which I do not presume to doubt utterly,how they will sometimes upset a boat, or tear it in pieces, to get at the man in it. I can easily believe in the undertow, but I have no doubt that one shark in a dozen years is enough to keep up the reputation of a beach a hundred miles long.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Were all the worshippers of the gold calf to memorialize me and request a restoration of the deposits I would cut my right hand from my body before I would do such an act. The gold calf may be worshipped by others but as for myself I serve the Lord.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)
“On the bare upland pasture there had spread
Oernight twixt mullein stalks a wheel of thread
And straining cables wet with silver dew.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)