Rye Town Park
Rye Town Park, located in the City of Rye, New York, is a wonderful facility for public recreation and relaxation. The park has a long history as a recreational outlet for the community, dating back to the 1860's when the area was known as Oakland Beach. It was established as Rye Town Park in 1907 by an act of the New York Legislature. The main buildings were completed in 1909. The sixty-two acre preserve has 28 acres of lawns and paths with mature plantings, gently rolling hills, benches, a naturalized duck pond, and expansive beachfront of 34 acres. Admission to the beach is open to everyone.