Greenwich Point is a 147 acre multi-use recreational park on a peninsula extending into Long Island Sound. It offers opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, water sports, walking, bicycle trails, and nature study. In addition, there are tables and grills for picnicking. Enter the gates and the excitement of open water on each side of the causeway begins the experience.
Beyond the causeway are fine sandy beaches enclosed by sand dunes. Other areas provide habitat and feeding areas for birds and small mammals. A network of paved and unpaved trails are located along the coastline and meanders throughout the woods, marshes, groves, and gardens.
Boat launching facilities are located on the western tip as well as a private yacht club, and boat and kayak storage areas.
Everyday life can be left behind by entry into the Secret Garden. Following a trail from the garden through the woods, would lead one onto the lawn and the Hanging Garden with a panoramic overview of Long Island Sound.