Bruce Park - Woods Road Picnic Area

Robert Moffat Bruce donated his home (now Bruce Museum) and 100 acres to the Town of Greenwich in 1908, making it the Town's oldest public park. Bruce Park includes sports & athletic fields, tennis courts, walking paths, ponds and waterways, and scenic views of Long Island Sound.

Location: Bruce Park, Woods Road.

Parking bay adjacent to the picnic area.

Picnic Area
A Greenwich resident may reserve one picnic area between May through October.
Picnic hours: 8 a.m. to a half hour before sunset.
Private Events Only. Any event open to the public or selling tickets to the event, must apply for a Special Event Permit. Contact: [email protected]

Fee: $275 Area Reservation fee

Capacity: 25 - 100

Permit Holder must be a Greenwich Resident, 21 or older to make a reservation and be in attendance at the event.

The Permit Holder takes responsibility to ensure all litter, waste food, and recyclables have been collected and placed in appropriate containers.

Please have a copy of the permit/receipt with you. Town officials may ask to see the permit.

Facilities:
• Picnic Tables
• Grills (bring your own charcoal)
• Restrooms

No bonfires, personal grills, amplified music or fireworks.
Before reserving, please read Picnic, Clambake and Camping Regulations and Cancellation Policy.

Picnic Reservations must be made at least 14 days in advance.

Resident households may request one picnic and one camping reservation per year.

Select Date, then click on Search button. Click on the time range to the right of Book Now. The end time varies, but is 1/2 hour before sunset.

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Wood Rd. Bruce Park

Picnic Permit - Capacity: 25 - 100
Fee: $275
Date Facility Description Location Description Capacity Price Column #6 Column #7
Apr23 Wood Rd. Bruce Park Bruce Park 100 Add To Cart For Price/$275.00 Item Details
Book Now: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Town of Greenwich Anti-Discrimination Policy
The Town complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination, equal opportunity, affirmative action, and providing reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. If you require an accommodation to participate, please contact the Commissioner of Human Services at 203-622-3800 or [email protected] as soon as possible in advance of the event.