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Ellie Mitchell Pavilion
at Rocky Neck State Park

The Ellie Mitchell pavilion at Rocky Neck State Park is a fantastic piece of architecture.

The Ellie Mitchell Pavilion was built in 1936 by the State Park and Forest Commission.

It's big, old, and when you climb to the top you have an amazing view of the surrounding area and the ocean.

Ellie Mitchell Pavilion

There is a big field in front of the building with lots of picnic tables and grills. If you are not into the beach thing, there is a jetty that you could fish off of. The contrast of the pure white sand with the sparkling blue ocean is a beautiful sight to see.

View of Rocky Neck Beach

More Pictures of the Ellie Mitchell Pavillion

- View from the road looking toward the Ellie Mitchell Pavillion... view from road
- The plaque on the stone wall at the pavillion... Ellie Mitchell plaque
- A view looking east of the walkway... view looking east
- Another view of the pavillion looking up... closer view

Directions to Rocky Neck State Park

Exit 72 off of Connecticut Interstate 95. If you are traveling I-95 in Connecticut, view the Interstate 95 Exit information

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