Parks & Recreation

Greenwich has acres of parks and recreational sites available for its residents. Golf, Tennis, Lawn Bowling, Croquet and other decorous sports are all available, along with the more traditional baseball, softball and soccer.

Parks:

North Street Park
North Street Greenwich, CT 06830
The Town of Greenwich maintains this 297 acre parcel in its natural state. Trails are well marked and allow for hiking and cross-country skiing across and through ponds, steams and meadows. Open daily during daylight hours. Picnic area and free parking.

Bible Street Park
Bible Street Cos Cob, CT 06807
Bible Street Park is a neighborhood park with athletic fields, a tennis court, and a playground. It is within walking distance of Cos Cob school, Cos Cob Community Center and the Montgomery Pinetum.

Bruce Park
Bruce Park Drive & Indian Field Road Greenwich, CT 06830
Bruce Park contains something for everyone. A picnic area, playground, fitness trail and bowling green are joined by athletic fields, three tennis courts and a pond.

Binney Park
Sound Beach Avenue & Arch Street Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Binney Park is the home of one of two annual Forth of July fireworks displays in Greenwich. This park features a playground, four tennis courts, athletic fields and lovely walking paths around the pond.

Christiano Park
Holly Hill Lane Greenwich, CT 06830
Picnic areas, a playground, two tennis courts and athletic fields make Christiano Park a well-used neighborhood facility. It is within walking distance to Hamilton Avenue Elementary School.

Greenwich Common / Havemeyer Park
Field Point Road Greenwich, CT 06830
Additional walking entrance on Greenwich Avenue. In the center of town, Greenwich Common / Havemeyer Park is a great place to enjoy lunch of a walk after shopping on Greenwich Ave. Lunchtime concerts are held periodically during the summer. This park also features athletic fields, a playground and a running track.

Loughlin Park
Loughlin Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830
Loughlin Park is a neighborhood park within walking distance of central Cos Cob's shopping district. This park contains athletic fields, a playground and two tennis and two platform tennis courts.

Mianus River Park
Cognewaugh Road Greenwich, CT 06830
Great hiking and picnicking in the open space.

Pemberwick Park
Pemberwich Road Greenwich, CT 06830
Forty-four acres divided between tennis courts and playgrounds and two natural areas featuring meadows, cattail marshes and the woods.

Montgomery Pinetum
Bible Street Cos Cob, CT 06807
Almost 100 varieties of conifers planted by Colonial Robert Montgomery are spread through this 62 acre park. Pinetum also has hiking trails, a garden center, library, an ice skating rink and a picnic area.

Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
Arch Street Greenwich, CT 06830
Feel the breeze of the Long Island Sound while listening to the free summer concerts on Wednesday evenings during July and August. Ample parking for the park, with the Island Beach Ferry nearby.  

 

Ice Skating:

Dorthy Hamill Skating Rink
Sherman Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830
This fully enclosed facility offers a wide variety of winter programs including group lessons, hockey clinics, youth and men's hockey leagues, a Town-wide Figure Skating Competition, general skating sessions and more. The rink has completed renovations to improve user comfort, safety and accessibility.  

 

Other Outdoor Facilities:

Boys and Girls Club
Horseneck Lane  Greenwich, CT 06830
Youth programs all year round, including summer camp.

Old Greenwich Civic Center
Harding Round Old Greenwich, CT 06870
The civic center is home to numerous indoor and outdoor events, including antique shows, coin shows, and the wonderful Enchanted Forest sponsored by the Junior League. Indoor sports such as basketball are also available there.

Western Greenwich Civic Center
Pemberwich & Glenville Roads, Old Greenwich CT 06870
Offers continuing education classes, athletic programs for children, and preschool programs for children ages 3 to 5.