East Lyme, CT (PressExposure) July 17, 2014 -- Residents and travelers within Connecticut and Rhode Island now have access to a 149-page downloadable eGuide detailing the features and environmental policies of 36 shoreline beaches and parks in the two states.
The 2014 "Beach Bath and Trash eGuide" has been published this summer as a resource to help all beachgoers, from locals to weekend visitors and new residents, to match their recreational needs to the offerings at popular and lesser-known Connecticut and Rhode Island town beaches and coastal parks.
The comprehensive eGuide details information about parking, bathroom facilities, waste disposal policies, showers and changing, sand and water quality, handicapped accessibility, rules and restrictions, eco-friendly features, and more--all designed to help visitors reach the destinations that are right for them with minimal cost in time or money.
It also reveals insider tips and must-sees at each location, in addition to general advice about navigating area beaches during peak summer times and coping with influxes of seaweed and jellyfish.
The eGuide is geared to assist all types of travelers, from families to RVers to solo explorers and those with mobility issues, to help them determine which locations meet their specific needs. The publication also emphasizes an understanding of what the states and towns are doing to address environmental needs at shoreline areas and how this impacts visitors.
Information about eco-friendly practices at area beaches and parks, and things such as electric car charging stations are listed in the guide, to help people understand the responsibility that comes with the increase in use of our coastal areas. Links to understanding water quality issues and information about how this affects shoreline recreation is also detailed.
The eGuide is enhanced with symbols, maps, and full-color photos showing multiple views at each of the 36 locations described, in order to give the reader the most information to help with decision-making.
The eGuide is available as an instantly downloadable PDF file from http://www.BeachBathAndTrash.com.