About Fairfield, CT From the Web…
“Fairfield’s coastal geography and plentiful natural resources attracted humans for thousands of years before European settlers stumbled upon the “fair fields” that Native Americans called Uncoway. This area provided indigenous peoples with game, fish, abundant sweet water, and fertile land to cultivate. During the Late Woodland Period (1500-1650), Uncowas, Sasquas, Maxumux, and Pequonnocks—subdivisions of the Paugussett Indians—inhabited the coastal areas, locating their villages of wigwams along the inland waterways. Another clan of Paugussetts called the Aspetucks occupied land several miles further inland, in the area that is now Weston and Easton.”
“With more than eight miles of shoreline and 1000 acres of open space set aside for public use, Fairfield has a lot to offer. Along the coast of Long Island Sound you’ll find four public beaches, a marina, boat basins, sailboat storage and mooring and docking facilities. There’s fresh water recreation on Lake Mohegan, too. Town parks offer plenty of activities: fishing, camping, hiking, swimming, boating, picnicking, skating and cross-country skiing.”
We serve the following cities:
Fairfield, Bridgeport, Westport, Stratford, Norwalk, Trumbull, Darien, Milford, Shelton, Derby, Stamford, Orange, and Ansonia, and Stony Brook, Kings Park, and East Northport in New York.
We serve the following counties:
Fairfield, Litchfield, and New Haven, and Suffolk in New York.