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Hope Street Island Park
Hope St & Union St, Stamford, CT 06906
Hope Street Island Park is a small, but peaceful neighborhood park that can be found near the corner of Hope and UnionMore streets. The facility splits the street in half and spans the area of about two blocks. This park features pine trees, memorials, benches and flowers. Sufficient parking is located on the street nearby and there are many restaurants and other stores only minutes away.
Heritage Park
Atlantic St & Main St, Stamford, CT 06901
Heritage Park, also known as Veteran's Park, is located on the west side of the Stamford Town Center complex. The parkMore includes several native varieties of trees, as well as monuments to the area's veterans. The park is bustling with people: it borders a bus stop, is a right of way to offices and is a popular lunch spot on nice days.
Cummings Park
464 Shippan Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
Cummings Park is familiar to many Stamford residents because it has something to offer for almost anyone. The parkMore includes baseball and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, a beach and boat landings. In the evenings, the park is well lit by dozens of overhead lights. The wide variety of outdoor activities and the large number of meeting areas makes Cummings Park a top choice for big groups.
Greenbelt Park
Tresser Blvd & Main St, Stamford, CT 06901
Greenbelt Park runs alongside West Main Street and connects Rotary Park and Roger Smith Park. The green area separatesMore the residential neighborhoods west of the park from the commercial area to the east. Be sure to check out the Richmond Hill Avenue Bridge, rehabilitated in 2010.
Rotary Park
Tresser Blvd & Greenwich Ave, Stamford, CT 06901
Rotary Park, connected by the Greenbelt to Roger Smith Park, runs alongside Mill River and West Main Street. The parkMore includes a large, creatively designed playground and the end of a walking trail which heads north from the park. The playgrounds are separated by age and require parent supervision.
Carwin Park
Spruce St & W Main St, Stamford, CT 06902
Carwin Park is a friendly neighborhood recreation area located on the west side of town. The park entrance is on SpruceMore Street and the facility features benches and a picnic area as well as a playground and small field. Park hours are every day until 10pm and rules don't allow alcohol, gambling or glass containers of any kind.
Haig Avenue Park
Haig Ave & Crestview Ave, Stamford, CT 06905
Haig Avenue Park is a friendly neighborhood recreation facility nestled in the woods near the corner of CrestviewMore Avenue. Features include a basketball court, playfields and swings. The park is also connected to Sleepy Hollow Park, where there are hiking trails and scenic views. 
Waterside Park
Pulaski St & Water St, Stamford, CT 06902
Waterside Park is a relaxing recreation spot found in Stamford Harbor not far from the corner of Pulaski and WaterMore streets. The park features tall trees that shade most of the area from the sun as well as calming views of the shoreline. There are also park benches and picnic tables located on the premises, and patrons are encouraged to follow the rules, which include no alcohol.
Rippowam Park
Washington Blvd & Main St, Stamford, CT 06901
Rippowam Park is located across from the Rippowam Place shops and businesses. The park adds a pleasant touch ofMore green to this large downtown intersection with its many local varieties of plants and flowers. Rippowam Park also houses a monument to Charles E. Rowell, a Stamford physician who served as Mayor of the city from 1911 to 1913.
Research Park Deli
100 Research Dr, Stamford, CT 06906

Research Park Deli is located in the industrial Research Park area of Stamford. It has a loyal clientele of ResearchMore Park employees, Stamford business people and discerning locals. This deli posts its daily specials online, so you can send in an order or even plan a party with its catering menu.


Stamford Harbor Park
333 Ludlow St, Stamford, CT 06902
Stamford Harbor Park is a two-building, eight-story waterfront complex overlooking Long Island Sound. Home to a slew ofMore businesses, the complex also features a waterfront walkway that overlooks the marina. Managed by Angel Commercial Real Estate, Stamford Harbor Park contains a café, a conference center, a fitness center and a four-story parking garage.
Daskam Park
119 Glenbrook Rd, Stamford, CT 06902
Daskam Park is a quiet little park located near the intersection of Glenbook Road and Daskam Place on the city's eastMore side.  The area is perfect for a midday break or a late-day stroll and features park benches, tall trees and a grassy field.
Kosciuszko Park
200 Elmcroft Rd, Stamford, CT 06902
Kosciuszko Park, a lively recreation spot located on the shores of Stamford Harbor, features baseball fields andMore basketball courts. There are also picnic tables and pavilions, grilling grounds, swings and playsets. The park is open from dusk until dawn and the department of parks and recreation encourages visitors to follow the rules. Athletic field use is by permit only.
John Latham Park
Bedford St & Prospect St, Stamford, CT 06901
Across from the Avon Theater sits John Latham park, a large swatch of green in the heart of downtown.  The parkMore includes bronze art of two women talking and a sculpture of a little girl sitting on a bench.  The tables located along the east side of the park are perfect for picnicking or chess games.  Many local employees enjoy this park as an area for an outdoor lunch on nice days.
GB Parking Inc. Corporate Office
66 Broad St, Stamford, CT 06901
GB Parking's Corporate is located on the second floor and is the second door on the left.  It is not often occupiedMore so be sure to call ahead.
King Valet Parking Services
158 Spruce St, Stamford, CT 06902
With services available throughout the Fairfield County area, King Valet Parking specializes in parking for specialMore events such as parties, corporate events and weddings. Call for details on specials, discounts, scheduling and more.
Columbus Park
Washington Blvd & Main St, Stamford, CT 06901
Located directly between Tiernan's Pub and Curley's Diner, Columbus Park is a great place to spend part of your day.More Surrounded by restaurants, its location makes it a great place to grab some takeout and enjoy a meal on the lawn. A bronze statue of two women, as well as of the park's namesake, Christopher Columbus, give parkgoers an interesting view no matter where they sit.
Mill River Park
Mill River St & W Broad St, Stamford, CT 06902
Mill River Park is located on the outskirts of downtown between West Broad Street and Tresser Boulevard along Mill RiverMore Street. Park features include walking trails, picnic areas and a fully equipped playground that includes swing sets, slides and a children's area. Park rules include no alcoholic beverages, no foul language and parents must keep an eye on their children.
Jackie Robinson Park
860 Canal St, Stamford, CT 06902
Jackie Robinson Park is a small but charming recreation area located on the city's west side.  It features tallMore trees, park benches and a stone statue of the Brooklyn Dodger legend himself. The facility is open until sunset.
Michael J. Drotar Park
Hope St & Mead St, Stamford, CT 06907
Michael J. Drotar Park is the playground located right next to Springdale Elementary School in Stamford's East Side.More Students of the school use the park for recess and gym class activities, while the ballfield is home to the Springdale Little League team. Swings, playsets and a concession stand are also found on the premises.
Southfield Park
200 Southfield Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
Southfield Park is a lovely establishment that was designed with the neighborhood children in mind.  The facilityMore is situated on Stamford Harbor and includes a recreation center, swings and a playset.  There are also volleyball courts and a baseball field on the premise.  Park rules disallow gambling and the use of drugs and alcohol and parents are encouraged to always keep an eye on their kids. 
Saint John's Park
Main St & Grove St, Stamford, CT 06901
Saint John's Park is located directly in front of the Holiday Inn in Downtown Stamford.  This park is easy to spotMore by its large pillar monument and memorial to Stamford Veterans.  The beautifully engraved metal lists the names of each Veteran, separated by what war they fought in. 
Greenwich Avenue Park
Greenwich Ave & Pulaski St, Stamford, CT 06902
Greenwich Avenue Park is a gorgeous harbor side recreation area located amid the hustle and bustle of the big city. TheMore park starts at the corner of Greenwich Avenue and Tresser Boulevard and extends all the way down to Pulaski Street. Features include fields, benches and a shoreline walking trail. There are also picnic tables located on the premises.
Depreta Park
Cove Rd & Ranson St, Stamford, CT 06902
Depreta Park is a lovely neighborhood recreation area that spans the length of one small block on the south side ofMore Stamford at the corner of Cove Road and Ranson Street. It features tall trees, flowers and benches and it is only a short distance from the harbor. The park stays open one hour after sunset and no alcohol is allowed on the premise.