Pick and choose from my favorites list for a weekend during any season in Fairfield!
Beaches - Penfield Beach Pavilion, a rentable public facility to congregate on the water's edge, is re-opening and will be ready this spring. Great place to feed your family if you want a day off from breakfast, lunch or dinner while enjoying a great beach day.
Early morning risers can walk from Jennings Beach all the way to the end of the Fairfield Beach and enjoy great exercise while witnessing a picturesque morning view. Also during low-tide, you can walk out to the Penfield Lighthouse on the sandbar. Just don’t get stuck!
For a great sunset head to Sasco Beach; the colors of the ocean with the falling sun will leave you in awe of nature, the strength of the sea and Mother Nature. Paddle boarders, kayakers, sailors can be seen from all beaches in almost all seasons.
"Paddle board around the corner from Long Island Sound right into the harbor."
You will see beautiful wildlife as you peacefully paddle down the creek and wave to the homeowners along the way.
Fairfield Library Children's Section - if you need a suggestion for a great book for your child look no further. The books are limitless and activities for your children are fantastic.
Post Road at night - Stroll your children to town, bike ride to dinner at one of the many delicious restaurants.
"Grab the mashed potato pizza from Centros - it is amazing."
The legendary Horseshoe Bar and Grill in Southport is not fancy but if you want a true flavor of the locals stop by and pick up Fairfield tips along with a Southport lager.
If you are a dog lover and love dog trails, Lake Mohegan trails are the best.
Fairfield Theatre Company hosts talented bands that draws people from all towns and New York while also hosting charity events. I am a proud committee member on the Cancer Beat fundraiser held at Fairfield Theatre Company. A local friend, Rebecca Timlin-Scalera, a breast cancer survivor and neuropsychologist founded this foundation in 2016 and has already raised over $500,000. 100% goes directly to funding research for metastatic breast cancer. Rebecca is one of the many heroes who live in Fairfield and are making a difference in this community.
People travel from around the world travel to see the pink dogwood trees and cherry blossoms in Greenfield Hill in the spring. Greenfield Hill is only minutes from town and yet you feel worlds away with each home sited on over an acre. There is also a lot of history here; the Congregational church was built in 1725, along with many historical homes that still stand around it.
Among my favorite things to do are:
Open my front door and walk my beach in the early morning, ride bikes to dinner, ice cream, or the town green and be involved in the community. I absolutely love Fairfield and all that it has to offer. My dream as a realtor and mother would be to have each one of my four daughters return to Fairfield when they are grown.