Town Facts

Facts About North Stonington
Close to I-95 and bordered by Rhode Island, North Stonington enjoys easy access to New England and the Mid-Atlantic States. As a major tourist destination, the region offers over 4,000 hotel rooms, world- backed by up several convention facilities.

Map of CT highlighting location of North StoningtonLocation and Convenience
  • Midway between Boston and New York
  • Strategically located for economical domestic and international distribution
  • Major airport facilities in Providence, Hartford, and nearby Groton provide direct service to major hubs and cities
  • Rail and port facilities in nearby New London offer schedules to Boston, New York and beyond
  • A highly developed highway infrastructure centered around I-95 is connected to ferry service to nearby Long Island, NY
  • Prime locations are available in North Stonington and can be part of your future
  • Twenty-eight million people within 150 miles
Photo of Lake surrounded by trees in Autumn colorsQuality of Life
Outstanding K-12 schools in a state with a reputation for excellence in education prepare students in a small school environment. Parents are proud of the personal attention their children enjoy and are active in the integration of new technology and curricula.
 
A high percentage of graduates expand their knowledge at technical schools, small colleges and major universities located within commuting distance.
 
North Stonington, a historic village of 5,000 offers a wealth of four-season recreation opportunities as unique to New England as stone walls and maple syrup. Nearby ocean beaches are the finest in New England.
 
Photo of Wheeler Library BuildingCultural Attractions
Our proximity on I-95, Amtrak railroad, airports and ferry allow people from all over the world to easily plan a visit to nearby Mystic Seaport, Mystic Aquarium, sandy ocean beaches, live regional theater, art museums and recreational attractions. Cultural events and outdoor activities abound all year around.