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Summer is the time to enjoy the sun and sand in Connecticut — for an entry fee. At some of the state's beaches, a daily fee or seasonal pass may be required to park in the lot. And some smaller town beaches are restricted to town residents only.
Take the city of Milford, for example. Residents will need to provide a current vehicle registration and be up to date on their taxes before parking at one of the city's beaches. For non-residents, a season beach pass will cost them $250. At the other end of the Connecticut shoreline in East Lyme, a residential season pass is $45, but a non-resident looking for a season pass will be charged $175.