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Byram Beach
281 Byram Shore Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830

Home to the town's only public pool and located right on the water's edge, Byram Beach is quite a hot spot during theMore summer months. The 20-acre park is open year round, though Park/Beach Passes are required from May 1 to October 31. The pool opens the weekend before Memorial Day and stays open through Labor Day.

There are designated swim times for adult, family and seniors. Lighted tennis courts, a playground, and the town's only lighted ball field are also found at the Shore Road beach. As is the case at all Greenwich beaches, dogs are not allowed during the summer months and must be leashed from December 1 to March 31.

Island Beach
100 Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
One of the town's oldest public parks, Island Beach, also known as Little Captain Island, is situated in Long IslandMore Sound about one mile south of Greenwich Harbor. It is accessible by private boat and public ferry service, which leaves the landing at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park during the summer months. Parking is available across Arch Street.
   
The island boasts almost 1,000 feet of fine sandy beach with designated swimming and boating areas. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 6pm, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. A covered picnic pavilion, grills, a snack bar, dressing rooms and restrooms complete the recreational area.

Overnight camping requires reservation through the Department of Parks & Recreation.

The beach is open year round, though Park/Beach Passes are required from May 1 to October 31.
Great Captain's Island
100 Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Great Captain's Island is located about one-and-a-half miles off shore. The Island is named after Captain DanielMore Patrick, a partner in the first recorded real estate transaction in Greenwich (1640s) and the town's first military commander.

The island is accessible by private boat and public ferry, which leaves from the landing at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park during the summer months. Parking is available across Arch Street.

A recreation area includes a beach for swimming, boat mooring, picnic tables grills and rest rooms. Trails wind through the natural area to the lighthouse. Overnight camping requires reservation through the Department of Parks and Recreation.

The beach is open year round, though Park/Beach Passes are required from May 1 to October 31.
Greenwich Point
Tods Driftway & Shore Rd, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Also known as Tod's Point, Greenwich Point is a popular recreational park on a peninsula into Long Island Sound.

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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.

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.

On land, a network of trails leads along the coastline; maps are available at the Bruce Museum.

The space is open to residents from 6am - sunset daily, though Park/Beach Passes are required from May 1 through October 31.

Dogs are not allowed during the summer months and must be leashed during the winter.