- In The Works
- Affordable Housing
- K-12 Schools
- Play Environments
- Complete Streets
- Higher Education
- Sports Facilities
- Multiple play zones.
- Picnic areas and seating throughout the park provides passive recreational activities.
- 2009 Merit Award from the CT Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
- In 2011, a new section in the playground called "Rocks and Ropes," a series of fabricated rock structures linked by rope systems was opened.
Four site contractors, four artisans and many volunteers from the Junior League of Greenwich have transformed a dilapidated, dangerous playground into a wonderland for children of all abilities (and ages!). Special features cater to children with Autism, as well as physical impediments. After entering through a rustic pergola and crossing a small bridge (oriented to take advantage of dramatic views into Smith Cove), children have the option of proceeding to one of five areas:
- The Enchanted Forest with boulders, crawl through tree stumps and logs.
- The Native American Village with a “sacred circle”, dugout canoe, birds nest and council “fire”.
- The 5-12 year old play area with a wide array of climbing, sliding and pulling activities.
- The climbing area, adjacent to huge granite outcroppings.