Greenfield Swimming Area
The property for Green River Swimming and Recreation Park was acquired through two transactions. In June of 1929 and December of 1933 two parcels of land were granted to the Inhabitants of Greenfield by private ownership.
The Green River Swimming area is one of the most widely used town parks in Greenfield. This property located west of the center of Greenfield is contiguous with Murphy Park and Nims Tree Farm. It is also linked to the center of Greenfield via the Riverside Community Path. Its unique and abundant recreation opportunities include an in stream swimming pool with sand beach toddler play area, athletic courts, concessions and picnic areas. The property is complete with open grass area and mature shade trees that add to its uniqueness. A complete inventory of the park is listed below.
Southside of Green River
(2) Bike racks
(7) Picnic Tables
(12) Park benches along the back side of the beach overlooking the water
Covered Pavilion with concrete floor
(6) picnic tables
This area is fully enclosed by ornamental fence with two gates for entrance and exit. Playground has wood chip safety surfacing.
Picnic Tables (2)
Basketball Hoop (1)
Play Structures (2)
Swing Structure (2)
Toddler Swings (4 individual swings)
The picnic area on the North side of the Green River is accessible via a pedestrian bridge across the river. The north side does not have a beach, but has water access via concrete stairs. This picnic area is a large plot of grass covered land and mature shade trees. There are approximately 35 picnic tables with a number designation for rental purposes.
Parking is available in a gravel parking lot. The park is accessible by the Riverside Community Bike Path.