Nearby Attractions
FAIRFIELD METRO STATION
This contemporary station is the first new main line station in Fairfield County on the New Haven Line in more than a century. It is within walking distance to the BRGC but also has 1400 parking spaces available to commuters. Website



LONG ISLAND SOUND
Connecticut’s largest and most important natural resource provides feeding, breeding and nesting areas for a diversity of plant and animal life. One of the region’s largest estuaries, the Sound offers boating, fishing, tourism and swimming. Website



ST MARY’S BY THE SEA

A winding seaside avenue with sweeping, wide-open views of the Ash Creek marshlands at one end and Long Island Sound at the other. 


CAPTAINS COVE SEAPORT 

Located in historic Black Rock Harbor. Charter fishing boats, dive boats, harbor cruises, boardwalk craft shops, restaurant, weekend band concerts and special events. Website


BLACK ROCK LIBRARY
The library is a full service facility 
providing a wide range of library 
services to the community. First 
opened in 1932 as a Carnegie library, the Black Rock Branch has recently undergone major renovations. The entire facility has been modernized, with the installation of 12 public access computers, free Wi-Fi throughout the building and the construction of two large program rooms and a smaller conference room. Website

SEASIDE PARK
With its 325 acres of lush lawns, shady glades and sports fields rolling toward Long Island Sound, Seaside Park is a park without peer on the Eastern Seaboard. Visitors are delighted by the beaches, surf and sunshine along three miles of sparkling coastline. Website


HARBOR YARD ARENA & BALLPARK
Harbor Yard began as a 5300 seat baseball park, home to the Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League in 1998. The Arena opened in 2001 and is home to the Sound Tigers hockey team as well as host to national entertainment events such as concerts, wrestling and NCAA basketball. Arena and Ballpark
NEARBY RESTAURANTS, PUBS, STORES & CINEMAS 
The BRGC borders on the main thoroughfare of Fairfield Avenue, which connects Black Rock to Fairfield and to downtown Bridgeport. It is home to countless restaurants, cafes, espresso bars, gourmet ice cream shops, art galleries and retail stores. Link