Southeastern CTEast of New London and south of Norwich is the region of Southeastern CT. It's just off of I-95 and I-395. Within the bounds of Southeastern CT are the towns and cities of Norwich, New London, East Lyme,Groton, Mystic,Stonington,Ledyard,North Stonington and Pawcatuck.
The Southeastern Connecticut region comprises, as the name suggests, the southeastern corner of the state of Connecticut. It is sometimes referred to as Greater New London or by the tourist slogan Mystic and More. Southeastern Connecticut has historically been an area heavily dependent on traditional New England economic activities such as fishing, whaling, oystering, and the defense industry. In the present day, the area remains the primary home of the state's fishing and shellfish activity, but has since diversified its economic base to include tourism, gambling, and other services. The area is home to the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, a United States Navy base in Groton (also home to Electric Boat where the first U.S. nuclear submarine, the USS Nautilus (SSN-571), was launched, on January 21, 1954), a Pfizer research facility, and the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos. There is currently a petition to make Fishers Island, New York part of Southeastern Connecticut.
The following attractions and activities are readily available while in Southeastern CT:
- Only 20 miles away, Foxwoods Resort and Casino, where it's always fun testing the odds at the tables and slot machines. Click here to learn more.
- About 15 miles away you'll find Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino is the spot for testing the odds at the tables and slot machines. Click here to learn more.
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