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View of Pinkney Historic Park
View of Pinkney Historic Park
Pinkney Historic Park is located adjacent to the  impressive headquarters of the Rowayton Historic Society.  Visitors can enjoy fine views of the Five Mile River and then a walk throughthe village of Rowayton which is lined with shops and eateries.  This district of Norwalk also often has concerts and special events in the center of the park.  There is no parking on the site, however visitors may park on the street within the center of Rowayton.

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 Location
View interactive map of Pinkney Historic Park 176 Rowayton Ave.
Norwalk, Connecticut
 Fees
None
 Directions
From I-95S take exit 11 toward Darien, turn right onto Boston Post Rd. Turn right onto Tokeneke Rd/CT-136 just before the railroad bridge. Tokeneke Rd/CT-136 turns into Cudlipp St and finally into Rowayton Ave, Pinkney park is on the right just before the center of town. There is an old historic house on the land which can be used as a land mark, the address is 176 Rowayton Ave.
address
From I-95N take exit 12 and turn right onto Tokeneke Rd/CT-136. Tokeneke Rd/CT-136 turns into Cudlipp St and finally into Rowayton Ave, Pinkney park is on the right just before the center of town. There is an old historic house on the land which can be used as a land mark, the address is 176 Rowayton Ave.
 Parking
On street parking
 Site Contact Information
Contact -Rowayton 6th Tax District
 Activities
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 Environment
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