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Tod's Point in Greenwich is one of the most beautiful beaches in Connecticut!
It's amazingly beautiful at sunset and what's so great about this park is there's a beach shoreline, quite a few jetties and nature trails. It's a triple whammy for outdoor enthusiasts!
Very rude personnel!In summer i heard this: "don't look at me,show me your pass!". Last weekend my car was stopped by a guy with a torch yelling at me that I gotta hurry up cos he wants to go home
It's beautiful over there. went with my Aunt and Uncle.
Beautiful beach. The water stays shallow for a long distance which is great for young kids
Love this place
What a great place. Dog friendly until March 31st.
Beautiful beach. Nice sunset. Great for rollerblading. You can see nyc from some spots
My new secret get away. The people there are really nice and i love the hospitality.
Greenwich Point, known as Tod’s Point to locals, is the town's top destination for surfing, kayaking, windsurfing and rollerblading.
Morning run. Subaru XV standing by
Best place to walk meet your friends catch the sun and relax
New Year's Day annual polar bear swim not to be missed! And bring the pooch - exuberant dogs running around having a blast is part of the show. .
Dont worry, no dogs allowed after 3/31
By far the best beach in Fairfield County. If you do not have a greenwich beach pass head to the convention center first to pay for a daily pass.
Dogs allowed during the winter!
Greenwich tides chart to keep handy:
After Oct. 31 no pass required.
Don't forget your beach pass
dogs are allowed if they are leashed from december first through march 31st . you must pick up after your dog .
Nice summer concert series in the seaside garden. Beautiful spot to watch the sun rise and set. Lots of wildlife- birds, turkeys, owls, deer, rabbits. Great 4th of July show.
Play Ultimate Frisbee with all your friends.
if ur not from greenwich dont come!
best place to experience the changing of the seasons in Fairfield county - a Mecca for outdoor junkies year round
closed to non-residents in summer, open to public early spring/late fall. gorgeous view of LI sound, plenty of tracks for a run or leisurely walk.
If you don't live in Greenwich, buy a pass at the civic center, or you can't get in. They'll hassle you even if you're a guest of a Greenwich resident if you don't.
Que belleza de lugar. Tiene instalaciones para hacer parrillas