The Greenwich Department of Parks and Entertainment will accept bookings for citizens who wish to obtain picnic and overnight camping permits for the 2019 Season start Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 8 a.m. in the Cone Meeting Room, 2nd flooring, at Greenwich City Center. Licenses will be released on a very first come, first served basis.
Residency for the 2019 Season should be established with two (2) proofs for the primary account holder and one (1) proof for the license holder (if not the primary) at or prior to the time of reservation. (Appropriate evidence of residency: property rental lease, current utility expense, current credit card expense, bank declaration, CT ID Card or Motorist’s License).
Proof of residency might be submitted utilizing the online website, since Jan. 1.
Appointments for over night island outdoor camping include Great Captain Island and Island Beach. Reservations are limited to one night per household per season.
Bookings for Town picnic locations consist of Bruce Park-Wood Roadway Picnic Location, Byram Park Clambake Area, Greenwich Point Clambake Area, Greenwich Point Cowbarn Area, and the Pinetum Picnic Location. Reservations are limited to one (1) appointment per family per season.
All fees must be paid completely at the time of reservation.
The Department accepts cash (exact-change just), checks (made payable to: “Town of Greenwich,” and all major credit cards.
If you have an open balance with the Parks and Entertainment office for any of their services or programs, you must settle this amount due before any Picnic and/or Overnight Island Camping allows will be issued.
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