Sherwood Island State Park is the oldest state park in Westport, Connecticut is one of the finest state parks the area has to offer. The shade of the picnic grove is an ideal place for a relaxing lunch and the Long Island sound is great for a revitalizing swim. The platform at Sherwood Island offers a great place to view the marsh life.
Camping in Sherwood Island State Park
Sherwood Island State Park is a day park without camping. Nearby campsites meet all camping needs after leaving the park.
Amenities in Sherwood Island State Park
The park has restrooms, concessions, picnic shelter, picnic tables, and showers. The bathrooms, parking, picnic areas, and surf chairs are all handicapped accessible to guarantee a fun experience for everyone.
Things To Do in Sherwood Island State Park
Sherwood Island State Park is the perfect location for a mini-vacation with saltwater swimming and fishing, a nature center, and field sports. Fishing is allowed anywhere on the shoreline away from the swimming areas. Sherwood is a Viewpoint Exhibit Host Site. Viewpoints features outdoor exhibits that reproduce works of art that were painted in the 19th Century. Each exhibit provides information about the artist and the location, creating a fun, informative experience for all.
P.O. Box 188
Greens Farms, CT 06838
Sherwood Island State Park Hours
8 AM to Sunset
Sherwood Island State Park Fees
$13 Resident, $6 after 4 PM
$22 Non-Resident, $7 after 4 PM
$9 Resident, $6 after 4 PM
$15 Non-Resident, $7 after 4 PM
Separate parking fees are in place from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Parking fees will be in effect on weekends from April 20 to May 19 and September 7 to 15.