Veterans Memorial Park and Marina
Norwalk, CT 06856
The Veterans Memorial Park and Marina is situated on 35 acres overlooking the Norwalk Harbor. The park includes playgrounds, bicycle and jogging paths, sports facilities as well as dock and boating center.
The park is also home to Norwalk’s Oyster Festival every year on Labor Day due to Norwalk’s rich history in Oyster Farming. Norwalk also takes credit to originating the popular American song “Yankee Doodle” during the French-Indian war. Norwalk is also home to various historical museums and lighthouse tours.
Our ship is like a catering hall. From this marina, Skyline Princess Cruises can be launched for any private dinner cruises, party boats, booze cruises or even a celebration cruise like a wedding cruise.
Please keep in mind that this port is used for private yacht charters only.
To book a private Norwalk yacht charter, please give us a call.
There are several ways to get to Veterans Memorial Park and Marina including driving and mass transit.
From North (i.e. Bridgeport): Take I-95S to exit 16. Turn left on East Ave and proceed for .5 mile. Turn right onto Van Zant Street and proceed .4 Mile. Turn left on Fort Point St for about .1 mile. Turn left into Veterans’ memorial park, which is across Goldstein Place. Signs will be out with Skyline Cruises’ staff directing our guests.
From South (i.e. NYC/Stamford): Take I-95N to exit 14. Turn Right on Fairfield Ave and proceed for .4 mile. Continue onto Washington Street for .5 mile. Proceed over the Washington St Bridge. Once over bridge, 400 feet up, turn right into Veteran’s Memorial Park. Signs will be out with Skyline Cruises’ staff directing our guests.
Mass Transit: Take Metro North’s New Haven Line to South Norwalk Station. From the station, it’s about a 15-minute walk over to the park. Head east on Monroe Street. Turn Left on South Main Street. Turn right onto Washington St. Continue over the Washington Street Bridge (Route 136). Make the first right into the park.