Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
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Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is a real treasure for Greenwich residents. The waterfront park boasts some of the best views of Greenwich Harbor and Long Island Sound, making it a favorite for area landscape photographers. The 6.3-acre park is largely green space. Weeping willows provide shade for picnickers and concertgoers during the summer months. <br /><br />Also located in the park is the Ferry Terminal, where tickets are sold in summer for rides to Island Beach and Great Captain's Island. <br /><br />The park is named after Roger Sherman Baldwin, a town leader who served the Board of Estimate and Taxation for 29 years and influenced the purchase of Greenwich Point.
100 Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
- Fax: 203-622-6494 (Department of Parks and Recreation)