There are many parks in Greenwich. Some of the larger parks are listed below. A complete listing, including facilities and directions may be found on the town Web site at greenwichct.org.

The 22-acre Binney Park on Sound Beach Avenue and Arch Street offers a skating pond, outdoor concert area, tennis courts, walking trails, picnic tables, a gazebo, playground, rest rooms, ball fields, and seasonal water fountains. It is a scenic park and popular for wedding photos. Memorial Rock was dedicated in 1955 to the memory of servicemen and women of Old Greenwich, Riverside, and North Mianus. The park is also the site of an annual sailboat regatta.

The scenic Bruce Park, on Steamboat Road, is the site of the Bruce Museum. The 60-acre park offers a rose garden, two lakes, tennis courts, a picnic area, rest rooms, a fitness circuit, horseshoe pits, ball field, and playground. There is also a marked and measured trail for walking, jogging, or cycling.

Pemberwick Park is at the corner of Pemberwick Road and Moshier Street in western Greenwich. It is open year round from dawn to dusk with a supervised playground in July and August. There is no parking lot. The park offers a ball field, tennis and basketball courts, a playground, picnic area, and nature trails.