Stroll through Byram Shore Park and you'll find the Byram Shore Boat Club, a small club that was established in 1921.…More Membership is open to all interested Greenwich residents, regardless of boating knowledge or experience. The club organizes a number of programs for its 200 members, from boating and fishing tournaments to clambakes and barbecues.</p>
<p>It operates from the town-owned Byram Shore Marina, which has about 300 slips for small boats and another 100 slips for larger boats.</p>
Byram Park 4 Ritch Ave W, Greenwich, CT06830 Located at the corner of Rich Avenue and Byram Shore Road, Byram Park provides various facilities for residents…More throughout the Fairfield County area. This park has a clambake area and multiple picnic areas, as well as a baseball field, tennis court and children's playground. Beach access is available, and there is a pool open daily from 10:30am to 5:45pm. The park has a launching ramp for boats, as well as slips for 300 small boats. The facilities are open beginning the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Home to the town's only public pool and located right on the water's edge, Byram Beach is quite a hot spot during the…More 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.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Greenview Pharmacy 13 N Water St, Greenwich, CT06830 Formerly the Byram Pharmacy, Greenview is still a full-service and personal establishment. In addition to the usual…More drugstore items, the shop carries a large selection of surgical and medical supplies, beauty-care items and compounded medication. It also offers a special senior citizen discount—up to 30% off prescriptions when paid in cash. This neighborhood pharmacy is located in the Byram section of Greenwich, and there's plenty of free parking.
Byram Marina is one of the town's four public marinas open to those residents with a valid permit, from April 15…More through November 15 each year. </p>
<p>The marina has about 300 slips for boats up to 23 feet long with beam widths of up to nine feet. One hundred 36-foot boats with up to seven-foot drafts can be accommodated in the out-water moorings. Winter storage for boats is available at all marinas from September 1 through June 1. Limited rack storage for kayaks and canoes are also available. Further information on moorings and required permits is available on the Department of Parks and Recreation website.</p>
Bank of America 30 S Water St, Greenwich, CT06830 This small branch of Bank of America is located near the New York/Connecticut border in the Byram neighborhood of…More Greenwich. Banking at this branch is facilitated by a free parking lot, drive-up teller service and a 24-hour ATM.
Wachovia Offices 21 N Water St, Greenwich, CT06830 Wachovia has a location on North Water Street in the Byram section of Greenwich. It's a freestanding white…More brick building on the east side of the street which features a large parking lot, an ATM, as well as teller and drive-up services. They are open six days a week, starting at 8:30am.
Gimbel Sanctuary Sherwood Ave & Nutmeg Dr, Greenwich, CT06831 One of the Audubon Greenwich's accessible parcels, the Gimbel Sanctuary provides visitors with some 80 acres of forest,…More wetland and open fields to explore. There's a memorial garden filled with plants that attract butterflies, and a hiking trail connects the sanctuary to the Byram River Gorge Preserve.<br /><br />The Gimbel Sanctuary is part of the former 200-acre Gimbel estate, which was occupied by three generations of Gimbels since 1925. The Gimbel Foundation gave 37 acres to the local Audubon Society of Greenwich in 1972 and John Fereri gave another 43 acres in 1995.<br /><br />The main entrance is via a trail from a six car parking lot on Sherwood Avenue opposite Nutmeg Drive. Visitors can also access the sanctuary on King Street, next to the Greenwich Woods Nursing Home, where street-side parking is available.<br /><br />Admission fee for non-members is $3 adults, $1.50 children/seniors.
Chartered in 1921, the Rotary Club of Greenwich is part of an international service organisation of volunteers that…More helps fund community service projects locally and throughout the world.</p>
<p>The nonprofit is best known for the leadership position it has taken over the last twenty years helping to eradicate polio.</p>
<p>Here in Greenwich, more than 70 members work to raise money for causes on both a local and global level. The Greenwich Rotary Club sponsored the new picnic pavilion project at Byram park for its centennial project. For its international service project, the club sent over $6 million worth of medical equipment to rural Peru.</p>
<p>Members meet every Wednesday at Polpo Restaurant at 12:15pm. Membership is by invitation only.</p>