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Yes, it is a little out of the way and, yes, it's not large, but this little park has a big heart. A delightful garden, lots of open space and solitude - perfect for unwinding after a stressful day or just hanging out with kids...More
I imagine this is wonderful when the flowers are in bloom, but I went in April and it is somewhat desolate. I am somewhat happy I got to see the ruin. I suggest going to CovePark instead if you are just in the area for...More
Fort Stamford welcomed Washington during the revolution. It is quieter now and the ruins are modest. However, the park is a pretty and peaceful spot to get away from it all. It is green and verdant. There are trails down to the Mianus River. The...More
If you're looking for a place to let your children play this isn't the park. With it's beautiful gardens it's more of a peaceful place to come and decompress. Bring your Yoga Mat, your camera or a picnic and enjoy the peace within these gardens.
If you are looking for a peaceful, beautiful spot to just rest and relax, this is it. The gardens are gorgeous and it is a nice place to picnic. It is small and it is not a popular spot so it is quiet. Just a...More
This is a small, quiet, delightful and I think fairly unknown Stamford City Park, with an especially beautiful little formal garden meticulously maintained during the warmer months, right on the site of a Fort that had been constructed during the Revolutionary War to protect the...More
The Stamford Garden Club has maintained the Goodbody Garden since 1976. I go there occasionally when the plants are at their peak. I'm impressed with their civic devotion.
There's not a lot left of Fort Stamford, but it is nonetheless less an important site, a...More
Some people never go sightseeing in their own backyards. Fairfield county residents, or visitors to the Stamford area may miss this little North Stamford sanctuary that is a restored Revolutionary Fort (with four "redoubts" ), originally belonging to the Siwanoy Indians.
Later, a family named...More