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Greenwich Point Conservancy
PO Box 377, Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Greenwich Point Conservancy works in tandem with the town of Greenwich, primarily the Department of Parks andMore Recreation, to restore and preserve historic structures and other elements of Greenwich Point. The organization was established in 2003 and hosts Beach Ball, an annual fundraiser for restorations.
Department of Parks and Recreation
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Department of Parks and Recreation provides, protects and supports the town's green spaces and recreationalMore facilities and programs. The department oversees the operations of four divisions: Recreation, Marine and Facility Operations, Parks and Trees and the Griffith E. Harris Golf Course. 
Havemeyer Field & Greenwich Common
Bolling Pl & Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Havemeyer Field & Greenwich Common refers to the open space that stretches from behind the administrative officeMore building of the Board of Education to Town Hall.

Greenwich Common, the green space next to Greenwich Avenue, as well as the playground and athletic field are open to the public. A large evergreen there serves as the town's Christmas tree at the annual lighting.

Use of the fenced-in Havemeyer Field behind Town Hall requires a permit from the Department of Parks & Recreation.
William Street Playground
Brunswick Fld & William St, Greenwich, CT 06830

The site, currently known as William Street Playground, and dubbed the Fourth Ward by elder Irish folk, wasMore originally home to St. Mary's Church. The original church was built in 1860 and replaced with a building on Greenwich Avenue some 18 years later. 

The Town of Greenwich purchased the property in 1953, and today, the playground and ball field are filled with young neighborhood families. The Greenwich Department of Parks & Recreation supervises a number of sports, arts, games and classes yearly.

Eastern Greenwich Civic Center
90 Harding Rd, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

The Eastern Greenwich Civic Center was acquired by the town in 1966 and serves Old Greenwich and Riverside.

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With its large banquet rooms, auditorium and gym, the building is often rented for family and social functions. It also serves as the meeting place for Old Greenwich Art Society Painters and Greenwich Parkinson Support group.

The outside area has two lighted tennis courts, a ballfield and two playgrounds with picnic areas. Contact director Billie Schock for rental fees and availability. The facility was recently updated and is home to Kamp Kairphree, an 8-week day camp run by the Parks and Recreation Department in the summer.

Town of Greenwich Preschool Program
54 Bible St, Cos Cob, CT 06807
This Cos Cob preschool program is operated by the Park and Recreation Department of the Town of Greenwich. ItMore accepts children three and four years old, and provides a play based curriculum that focuses on developing social skills, independence and the ability to reason, question and experiment. The preschool is licensed by the State of Connecticut. 
Pemberwick Park
Pemberwick Rd & Halock Dr, Greenwich, CT 06831

Pemberwick Park in western Greenwich is made up of 44 acres, which is roughly divided into three parts: a recreationMore area, green space and a managed conservation area that includes a trail system and orchards.

The park's recreation area boasts a ball field, tennis and basketball courts, bocci ball, a playground, a picnic area, and a community building.

Permits are required for ballfield, court use, and reservations.

Information on renting the William A. Yantorno Community Center is available on the Department of Parks & Recreation website.

Greenwich Point Marina
Tods Driftway & Shore Rd, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Greenwich Point Marina in Greenwich Point Park is one of the town's four public marinas open to those residents withMore a valid permit, from April 15 through November 15 each year.

The marina has mooring space for about 250 boats up to 36 feet long, and having drafts of up to seven feet deep.

Winter storage for boats is available at all marinas from September 1 through June 1. Rack storage for 250 kayaks, canoes and small vessels is also available.

Further information on moorings and required permits is available on the Department of Parks and Recreation website.

Greenwich Town Hall
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
Greenwich Town Hall is the main government building.

The first floor houses the offices of the FirstMore Selectman, Town Clerk, Tax Assessor and Tax Collector, Human Resources, Retirement and the Registrars of Voters, the Probate Court and the Community Development Department.

Departments of Land Use, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and Finance are located on the second floor.

Parking Services and the Health Laboratory are located on the ground floor.

The Town Hall Meeting Room and a few smaller conference rooms host many of the town's public meetings, including those of the Representative Town Meeting, Board of Selectman, Board of Finance and the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink
14 Sherman Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink is owned and operated by the town's Parks and Recreation department. It is an indoorMore ice-rink that offers a variety of programs in addition to open skate sessions. Programs include skating lessons, hockey leagues and clinics and a figure skating competition. It also offers a concession stand, lockers, skate rentals and skate sharpening.
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.
Griffith E. Harris Golf Course
1300 King St, Greenwich, CT 06831
The Griffith E. Harris Golf Course is the town's only municipal golf course. Membership is open to all interestedMore Greenwich residents. The Department of Parks and Recreation oversees operation of the 18-hole golf course, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones and dedicated in 1965. Members can rent equipment and carts at the Pro Shop. In addition to the course, the facility features a driving range with 14 stations for hitting balls, two putting greens and a practice chipping area, which includes a practice bunker.

Indoor and patio dining is available at Fairways at the Griff; the snack bar window offers fast-food service. Membership application forms are available at the Griffith E. Harris Administration Office. Annual dues are subject to change. For the latest fee information, visit the Department of Parks and Recreation website.