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- The 11 Best Parks in Stamford, CT (including some hidden gems!)
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If you’re so ready to come out of winter hibernation, we’ve got some great haunts where you can enjoy the great outdoors!
We’ve put together a round-up of some of our favorite green spaces in Stamford, CT, perfect to pick up a racket, go for a jog, or fly a kite! Enjoy these Stamford parks and rec!
Commons Park HArbor Point
Of course, it’s going to be first! Commons Park, right on Commons Park S, is a communal space in the middle of Harbor Point, and luckily for us, right outside our front door!
This lush green space is our little getaway amidst the surrounding urban atmosphere. This dog-friendly park features biking and walking paths, a playground, and a fountain. Various events include Sunset Movies in the Park, farmers markets, free yoga and Zumba classes, and much more!
We know you’ve got a park for a front yard, but if you ever want to try somewhere new, try Boccuzzi Park! Located in the Waterside neighborhood of Stamford, at 200 Southfield Ave, Boccuzzi Park is a 12-acre coastal park that includes a playground, softball field, basketball court, two tennis courts, a beach, and a marina. In 2011, Southfield Park was renamed after John Boccuzzi, a longtime Waterside resident and member of the Board of Representatives for more than 40 years.
With brilliant views, gorgeous sunsets, acres of green, and an accessible dock with boats floating by… we think it’s definitely worth a visit!
Cummings Park & Beach and West Beach
Beach day? Cummings Park and Beach is a beautiful, 79-acre park on Long Island Sound, located on Shippan Ave. Visitors can enjoy the beach, pavilions, snack bar, boardwalk, and fishing pier.
While there is a small neighborhood between them, Cummings Park and West Beach are connected by Cummings Marina. Together, the two parks include two beaches, a pond, six ball fields, two side-by-side soccer fields, six tennis courts, a basketball court, beach volleyball courts, food trucks, and open lawn space!
Cove Island Park
Next up is Cove Island Park, 1125 Cove Road, an 83-acre park, beach, and recreation area in the Cove section of Stamford, Connecticut, located on Long Island Sound. The park is home to diverse wildlife, including over 50 species of butterflies and 309 species of birds, making it the perfect nature lover’s destination.
As the largest recreational area in the city of Stamford, Scalzi Park, 97 Bridge Street, is a must-see. With running and hiking trails, tennis, basketball, volleyball, and bocce ball courts, as well as a playground, there’s fun for the whole family! It also houses Cubeta Stadium, which is home to the Stamford American Legions and Babe Ruth baseball teams.
It might be a small urban park, but as home to the Alive@Five Summer Concert Series, Columbus Park, located on Main Street, sees world-class performers and massive crowds from across the tri-state area.
Mill River PArk
Mill River Park, at 1010 Washington Blvd, is a beautiful green space with a volunteer-built playground, an enchanting carousel, and a skating center that gets transferred into a 9,000-square-foot display fountain for the spring and summer. The park is dedicated to conservation and regularly hosts events.
Kosciuszko Park, at 200 Elmcroft Rd, is an 18-acre waterfront peninsula that attracts dog walkers and joggers. Installed in 2010, there’s a gorgeous 5-acre native, coastal meadow used as a stopover for migrating birds. During the green months, it is filled with insects, birds, and native wildlife.
Veteran Memorial Park
Honoring Stamford’s veterans, Veterans Memorial Park at 130 Atlantic Ave, features granite monoliths and other monuments. With spaces for quiet reflections and an amphitheater built into the hillside for public events, Veterans Memorial Park offers a meaningful visitor experience.
Have a favorite park that didn’t make it onto the list? Let us know in the comments!
FAQs about Parks in STamford, ConnecticutHow safe is Scalzi Park in Stamford, CT?
Stamford, including its parks and recreation facilities, is safer than 33% of all U.S. neighborhoods, with a crime rate of 14.82Where is Columbus Park, Stamford, CT?
Columbus Park is located on Main Street, Stamford, CT, 06901.Where is Latham Park in Stamford, CT?
Latham Park is a green oasis located in the heart of Downtown Stamford.Where is Lione Park in Stamford, CT?
Lione PArk is located between Merrell and Stillwater Ave, right next to the Girls and Boys Club of Stamford.What is the largest park in Stamford, CT?
The largest park in Stamford is Scalzi Park.How many parks are in Stamford, CT?
There are over 56 parks in Stamford.How much is parking at Cove Island Park?
See updated pricing and buy your parking ticket here: https://www.stamfordct.gov/around-town/parks/beach-parking-permitsWhat are the 2 national parks in Connecticut?
The two national parks in Connecticut are Appalachian National Scenic Trail and Weir Farm National Historical Park.Does Stamford have a beach?
Stamford has multiple beaches! Visit Cummings Park, Boccuzzi Park, Cove Island Park, and many more!Where is Boccuzzi Park in Stamford, CT?
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- The best things to do in Stamford, CT: May 2023
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May is the last month of Spring, so it might just be time to get out and get to know the neighborhood! Just as you might expect, there’s loads to do in Stamford this spring/summer from the fantastic Rye Arts in the Park Festival to free outdoor fitness classes in Latham Park and Veterans Memorial Park.
Infinity Harbor Point presents a round-up of some can’t-miss local events, all just minutes from our front door.
Street Beats, a live musical performance in Downtown Stamford, starts right now in May, running throughout the summer. Got talent? You can actually apply to perform! Fill out the application here.
Duck, Duck, Goose: Art in Public Places, in Stamford Downtown is an interactive sculpture exhibit that will be on display Summer 2023. The exhibit was open to the local and regional art community, with participants chosen through a juried selection process, and will display 24 decorated fiberglass ducks.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, the Stamford Chamber will be hosting a, well, fiesta, at the One Club Tequila Lounge. The Chamber is also hosting its 33rd annual golf tournament on May 15th.
For those looking for a family-friendly and meaningful way to spend the day, the Walk to End Epilepsy will take place on May 6th at Cove Island Park. Also on May 6th is the Sign of the Whale – Kentucky Derby Party. Looking for 3 days of fun? Head to the Cinco Loco Festival.
On May 7th, the Ferguson Library is hosting World Fest: One City, Many Cultures, to celebrate the rich cultural traditions and vibrant heritage of the diverse Stamford community through dance, music, and food. Harbor Point Wines and Spirits will be hosting a May 11th Palate Educational Wine Dinner at Valbella with a guest speaker. Join for a special Burgundy Wine Dinner at Valbella, one of the top restaurants in the area, located in Riverside, CT (off exit 5.) The Avon Theatre Sneak Preview is also the place to be and with the Pedal Cruise landing in Harbor Point for the summer, there’s fun for the whole family.
Infinity Harbor Point, located in Stamford’s newest neighborhood, is perfectly located to enjoy the best Stamford has to offer. If you’re a resident, feel free to reach out to the concierge for more ideas!