Milford at a Glance

Home of many of the worlds everyday products like Bic pens, Razors and Lighters, Home of Shick Razors. If my memory serves me correctly Subway was started here too. This Interesting New England City was where the First Flea Market was set up in a Drive-in Theater. The Lobster Roll was first created in Milford at Perry’s Restaurant on US-1 by Harry B. Perry. Milford’s Beaches are the nicest in Connecticut and the Sandbar to Charles Island is the best for fishing for Bluefish. There is much History here and the people are down to earth and the Silver Sands area of the Long Island Sound is sheltered from large waves making it a very nice family area.

Places to Stay in Milford, Connecticut

Exiting off of I-95 you will find the 2 best areas for accommodations at Us-1 heading North you would find the Devon exit has a hotel conveniently at the ramp with a fast food restaurant there also. Heading South you would find first US-1 near the Connecticut Post Shopping Mall several hotels to accommodate your needs. I recommend the Holiday inn just North on US-1 where the food is nice and there are several fast food places nearby or if you plan to stay a while and visit the Howard Johnson Motor lodge right at the exit.

Places to Eat in Milford, Connecticut

I have always heard the Praises of this great seafood Restaurant and when I ate there I knew I found a home. Consistently recognized as the Best Seafood Restaurant in Connecticut! Serving only the highest quality fresh fish and shellfish grilled or creatively sauced. Scribner’s has been serving its customers for 28 years, preparing all food on the premises. located at 31 village road you will find this Historical place.

Places to Go in Milford, Connecticut

The fishing is the best I have ever seen, who needs a boat here? My 3 favorite salt water fishing spots are at the mouth of the Milford Harbor where we have 2 Rivers emptying into the Long Island sound this area is loaded with shellfish and other forms of bait that attract Striped Bass and Bluefish, on the Southside of the Harbor is the best for Flounder and on the Sandbar to Charles Island as the tide changes anything can show up to cross the bar but be careful the current is deadly. These fishing areas are really great because as Dad fishes the family can play at the nicest beaches in the area.

Getting Around Milford, Connecticut

Exiting off of I-95 to US Route 1 heading East near the Howard Johnson Motor Lodge there is a fork in the road to the left is Cherry Street. That is the easiest way to our Downtown from there everything becomes easy to find. This New England City has a fantastic Green Downtown and in the Springtime the Chinese Cherry trees blossom with such a charm making this green look like a very special garden. Milford has many such greens where the locals love to enjoy the open spaces for winter Ice skating and spring picnics. Our Harbor is so sheltered and comes all the way into the Downtown area several miles inland.

Milford, Connecticit Links

Need more? Try these links for additional information about Milford Connecticut.

Milford Ct. Information Guide
Area Government and Commercial information links for visitors to get to know our Historical but Quaint City.

Howard Johnsons
Howard Johnsons Hotel 1052 Boston Post Road Milford, CT 06460-3543 203 878-4611 Fax: 203 877-6224

Everything from guest rooms with patios and refrigerators, to elegant and richly furnished suites to rooms for non smokers – They will make sure your accommodations are as comfortable as possible. Parents will enjoy the many terrific facilities for the family such as the play ground, game room, and miniature golf – all right on the premises. Imediatly off of the interstate yet close to everything located at the major crossroads of Milford.