All year-round, Greenwich Point Park is one of the most popular local destinations for tourists and locals alike.
Boasting a long stretch of sandy beach, miles of walking trails, boating opportunities, and views of the New York City skyline, the park has made itself one of the crown jewels of Greenwich. Beginning May 1st, a Greenwich Point Park Pass will be required to enjoy all the amenities and activities that the park has to offer. Here are just some of the reasons why purchasing a pass will be worth your while!
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From May 1st through October 31st, passes are required to access Greenwich parks and beaches, including Greenwich Point Park. Many of our guests ask if buying the pass is worth it, and our answer to that question is an astounding yes! The multi-use park provides visitors with a wide variety of premier amenities that will keep you busy all day long. If you’re still not convinced, here are some of the most fun activities that you will have access to with the pass!
Greenwich Point Park is just the beginning! Check out other local destinations you’ll be able to experience with a park pass.
Byram Beach in Greenwich, CT: This freshwater beach is a popular go-to destination for locals. It also is home to the only public pool in town! Visit to take advantage of the lighted tennis courts, ball field, picnic areas, and more!
Island Beach in Greenwich, CT: Also known as Little Captain’s Island, Island Beach is one of the locations that can only be reached by ferry. Visitors to the island enjoy a snack bar, picnic pavilions, dressing rooms, and plenty of beach day fun!
Great Captain Island in Greenwich, CT: This picturesque, crescent-shaped island is another destination only accessible by ferry or private boat! The island includes an active recreation area, a managed conservation area, a rockweed cover, and a salt marsh lagoon. It is a gold mine for explorers and nature lovers looking for a place to relax.
Interested in purchasing your pass? Here is everything you need to know about visitor daily park passes and where to find them.
Park Pass Fees:
Daily Pass – $7
Daily Child Pass (0-4 years old) – FREE
Daily Senior Pass (65+ years old) – FREE
*Proof of age if required. A maximum of 5 tickets can be purchased per transaction.*
Daily Parking Pass – $35
After your day at the parks, return to our luxurious bed and breakfast to relax and unwind. The Stanton House inn is a historic mansion that boasts 20 gorgeous guestrooms and suites, exclusive vacation packages, and convenience to all of your favorite local attractions. Ready for the romantic getaway of a lifetime? Book your stay in our charming inn today! Don’t forget to download your free copy of our Greenwich Vacation Guide to help you plan the ultimate escape!