The Rye Town Park section of the Rye Poetry Path will include 39 poems. Use the map below to explore. Rye Town Park is open to the public year-round.

Rye Town Park

Rye Town Park
Dragonfly Danse Printemps Et Quarantaine atlantic is a sea of bones The Widow Plants Daffodils Jogging on the Beach Mud Speaking Tree Still I Rise The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls Viento, agua, piedra Letter Written on a Ferry While Crossing Long Island Sound Happiness Let Me Begin Again Long Island Sound Twenty-Third What It Must Have Felt Like The Pond at Dusk The New Dog The Little Turtle Psalm 150 The Duck Sunset Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude If They Come for Us On the Beach at Night Alone Ocean Park Notebook blessing the boats Troilus and Cressida The Song Of The Bee Sea Pebbles: An Elegy The Wind Butterfly Cloth

Long Island Sound

On the Beach at Night Alone

blessing the boats

Historic Rye Town Park was designed in 1909 and offers visitors 28 acres of lawns, paths, pollinator gardens, and a pond, covered pavilions, a beachfront restaurant, and 34 acres of beach - Oakland Beach - on the Long Island Sound.  The park is located within the City of Rye but belongs to the Town of Rye which encompasses the Villages of Port Chester and Rye Brook and the Rye Neck section of the Village of Mamaroneck.