Location"The Gateway to New England", located in the southwest corner of Connecticut
Distance35 minutes by car, 55 minutes by train
Getting HereGet to one of Greenwich's four Metro-North stations from Grand Central in about an hour
"If you find dressing up fun, the Jingle Bell Jog is just what you need with Santa’s and Elves running by."
For those who like to swing a golf club, Greenwich is home to courses for public and private play. The town’s public course, the Griffith E. Harris Golf Course sprawls over 158 acres and includes an 18-hole Par 71 golf course with a driving range, chipping course and practice bunker. Additionally, the town has numerous private clubs like Tamarack, Burning Tree, Fairview, Stanwich, Innis Arden, Millbrook and Round Hill that can be enjoyed by members and their guests.
"Babcock Preserve is a 300-acre preserve featuring hiking and bridle paths with picnic areas."
If you want to absorb nature, talk a walk or hike with your dog at one of many trails Greenwich has to offer. The Audubon Greenwich is home to a number of beautiful trails. Be sure to check out their calendar for amazing events and celebrations. Babcock Preserve is a 300-acre preserve featuring hiking and bridle paths with picnic areas. Bruce Park boasts tennis and bocce courts in addition to a playground and an easy loop for runners. Greenwich Point (also known as Tod's Point) is located in Old Greenwich. A season pass for town residents is required! It’s really a great place to bike ride, run, roller blade or just stroll. There are various paths and routes to be enjoyed. This is only a slice of the fun inside Greenwich Connecticut. Come check it out!