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Greenwich Racquet Club
1 River Rd, Cos Cob, CT 06807
The Greenwich Racquet Club has been serving the community for more than 30 years. It has a complete pro shop and fourMore indoor, air-conditioned courts. Also available are seasonal court rentals, clinics, adult and junior programs as well as womens' leagues. Check its Facebook page for events.
Innis Arden Golf Club
120 Tomac Ave, Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Innis Arden Golf Club is a country club that features seven tennis courts, four paddle tennis courts, an 18-hole golfMore course and practice range, four dining rooms, pro shop and both male and female locker rooms.
Field Club of Greenwich
276 Lake Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
Field Club of Greenwich is a large indoor facility with a tennis court, clubhouse and restrooms. It is in a greyMore building set below the road, accessible via a downhill driveway which wraps around the building. Large skylights in the roof help to illuminate the court.
Old Greenwich Tennis Academy
151 Sound Beach Ave, Old Greenwich, CT 06870
The Old Greenwich Tennis Academy is a family run, public tennis club. Open September through May, the club offers fiveMore indoor Har-Tru courts, a lounge and viewing area, showers and changing rooms and a small, well stocked pro shop. While users are free to register each court date individually, many choose to set up a regular season court time. Owner Susi Orbanowski has three Pros on staff to offer private lessons as well as men's, lady's and children's clinics. In addition, Old Greenwich Tennis Academy can be rented out for private parties in the evenings and runs a children's camp in the summer.
Binney Park
Sound View Dr & Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830

Once a 12-acre swamp, Binney Park is now a lush, 22-acre park that's frequented by joggers, athletes and picnickersMore year round.

The park offers a playground and seasonal ice rink, in addition to three ball fields and four tennis courts. Permits are required for field and court use and reservation. Ten acres of natural trails were purchased and deeded to the town by Helen Binney Kitchel and Dan Wade, the local architect who designed the adjacent Perrot Memorial Library.

Parking is available along the interior roadway, east of the tennis courts reached from Sound Beach Avenue via Wesskum Wood Road.

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