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Greenwich Point

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<p>Also known as Tod's Point, Greenwich Point is a popular recreational park on a peninsula into Long Island Sound.</p>
<p>The parcel is named after former owner and Scottish merchant banker, J. Kennedy Tod, who transformed the coastal property into a grand estate. In 1945 when Tod died, the Town bought the parcel or $550,000 and remodeled the mansion into apartments for returning veterans.<br /><br />Today, the park's sandy beaches and waterfront location make it a popular spot for sunbathing, swimming, fishing, boating and water sports. Lifeguards are on duty daily from 10am - 6pm from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.</p> <p>On land, a network of trails leads along the coastline; maps are available at the Bruce Museum.<br /><br />The space is open to residents from 6am - sunset daily, though Park/Beach Passes are required from May 1 through October 31.<br /><br />Dogs are not allowed during the summer months and must be leashed during the winter.</p>
Tods Driftway & Shore Rd, Old Greenwich, CT 06870
(203) 622-7814
  • Fax: 203-622-6494 (Department of Parks & Recreation)
  • Hours: Daily, 6am - sunset
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