Greenwich Point Park

greenwich point park in old greenwich ct

Greenwich Point Park is a 147.3-acre Town-owned beach and recreation facility in Old Greenwich, CT. Also known by locals as "Tod's Point," it was the former estate of J. Kennedy Tod and many historic buildings still exist in the park. Among them are the Innis Arden Cottage, Seaside Garden and Cowbarn Building, and the Chimes Building. Concessions, restrooms, picnic areas, and walking trails are also found at Greenwich Point. Home to Old Greenwich Yacht Club, there is also a boat yard and a launch for boats and kayaks.

Location: 11 Tods Driftway, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Hours: 6 a.m. to sunset

Park Passes / Tickets Required for park entry May 1- October 31.
Leashed Dogs Welcomed Dec. 1-March 31 (PDF)



Park Pass Office: 203-622-7817

Reservable Areas