Welcome to the Riverside Park Conservancy

 

Riverside Park is a lovely 18-acre wooded open space that rises from the Thames River to the Northeast New London neighborhood and the new Winthrop Elementary STEM Magnet School. Created in 1893, the park was a popular recreation spot - for games, picnicking, swimming and viewing the annual Yale-Harvard Regatta - for generations of New Londoners, until it became isolated due to the construction of I-95 and urban renewal. It remains a hidden gem whose unique landscape and sweeping views offer peaceful respite from the stresses of everyday life. Directions to the park.

 

Scenes from Riverside Park art exhibit

 

The 2018 "Scenes from Riverside Park" exhibit of plein air art will be on display at the New London Main Street office, 311 State Street, from October 27–November 24. Many thanks to Kristin and Main Street for offering the space for for this year's exhibit.

We hope you join us for the Opening Reception on Saturday, October 27, 7-9pm. All are welcome!