Town of Greenwich CT - Beaches


Beaches available to Greenwich Shore residents in Greenwich Connecticut


Greenwich Shore would like to remind tenants of our apartments for rent and lease of the spectacular beaches located in the Town of Greenwich CT. Greenwich is a coastline community boasting numerous beautiful beaches for our residents to enjoy.

Greenwich beaches are open year round, but Park / Beach passes are required from May 1 to October 31. Lifeguards are on duty from Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Leashed dogs are allowed into parks from December 1st through March 31st.

The Town of Greenwich Department of Health tests the beaches weekly during the swimming season. Click here to find out if a beach is open or closed to swimming.

The Byram Shore Beach

Byram Shore and Rosenwald Park attracts many Greenwich residents, and for those bathers who prefer fresh water, the park has the only public pool in town, located right at the water's edge. Bathhouses are available for those using both beach and pool. For sports enthusiasts, Byram Shore Rosenwald Park has lighted tennis courts as well as the only lighted ball field in Greenwich. Read more...

Greenwich Point

Greenwich Point is open daily from 6:00 am until sunset. Activities include jogging, walking, cycling, nature study, boating, fishing, sailboarding, sun bathing, swimming, and picnicking. At various locations throughout the park one can find benches to sit on for quiet contemplation and enjoyment. Read more...

Great Captain's Island

During the summer months, there is a Ferry Service from the landing at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park off Arch Street in central Greenwich. Parking is available across Arch Street. Great Captain's Island is host to beaches, swimming, picnic tables and grills for barbecue. Read more...

Island Beach

formerly known as Little Captain Island, is situated in Long Island Sound about two miles south of Greenwich Harbor. During the summer months, there is a Ferry Service from the landing at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park off Arch Street in central Greenwich. Parking is available across Arch Street. Read more...

Byram Shore Park

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Byram Shore and Rosenwald Park located next to Greenwich Shore apartments for rent and lease in prestigious Greenwich Connecticut is a beautiful well maintained park including a beach, tennis courts, playground and a small boat launch. This beautiful park is home to the Byram Shore Boat Club. Other features of Byram Shore park include baseball fields, picnic tables.

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Greenwich Point Park

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Greenwich Point is open daily from 6:00 am until sunset. Activities include jogging, walking, cycling, nature study, boating, fishing, sailboarding, sun bathing, swimming, and picnicking. Find benches to sit on for quiet contemplation and enjoyment. As a tenant of Greenwich Shore and a resident of the Town of Greenwich we encourage you to take advantage of the premier amenities.

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Great Captains Island

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Great Captain’s Island is open year round. During the summer months, there is a ferry service from the Arch Street dock with the schedule varying according to the tides. Parking is available at the Island Beach lot across Arch Street. As a tenant of Greenwich Shore and a resident of the Town of Greenwich we encourage you to take advantage of the outstanding benefits.

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Island Beach

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Island Beach, formerly known as Little Captain Island in Greenwich CT is situated in Long Island Sound about two miles south of Greenwich Harbor. As a tenant of Greenwich Shore and a resident of the Town of Greenwich we encourage you to take advantage of the outstanding benefits. It is accessible by private boat and public ferry service.

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