Parks / Recreation
Its proximity to the Long Island Sound and Atlantic Ocean has given way to several beautiful beaches and plenty of water activities.
Audubon Center – With a commitment to conserving and appreciating nature, The Audubon Center (Greenwich) facilitates its mission through public policy advocacy, education and science, and land stewardship.
Babcock Preserve – With nearly 300 acres of pristine land, Babcock Preserve is a popular spot for recreational activities. Jog scenic paths. Mountain bike solitary trails. Hike through woodlands, abundant with wildlife. Cross-country ski through the preserve’s rolling terrain during the winter months.
Binney Park – Picturesque Binney Park is a favorite location for holiday and wedding portraits. It is also a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Twirl around the ice skating pond. Walk or run the paths surrounding the well-tended grounds. Take the kids over to a playground designed just for them. Participate in a softball game at one of the playing fields. Snap your Christmas family photo on one of the beautiful stone bridges. Serve up an ace on one of four tennis courts. http://www.greenwichct.org/ParksAndRec/prDirectionsParksGolfSkating.asp
Bruce Memorial Park – With seemingly endless trails and plentiful recreation options, the 60-acre Bruce Memorial Park indulges outdoor enthusiasts. In line skate or jog along meandering paths. Mountain bike wooded trails. Try your hand at lawn bowling. Munch on snacks in the picnic area, while the kids run around on the playground. Hike in solitude. Challenge yourself on the Perrier Par-Course fitness circuit. Fish in one of several ponds. Attend a festival at the park.