The village of Riverside, Connecticut is mainly residential and located within the town of Greenwich, in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Riverside, a name derived from the Mianus River forming its western border, is a section/neighborhood in the town of Greenwich. With a population of nearly 8,500, Riverside gives the impression of being a small town with all of the big town amenities. The neighborhood prides itself on having a high performing public education system with mean SAT scores that soar well above the state averages. Riverside offers many activities such as Binney Park, swimming, hiking, sports activities, and more. The Riverside Yacht Club, a private sailing club on the Cos Cob Harbor, has a marina, a pool, tennis, a clubhouse with dining, and summer camps for children. The neighborhood has the convenience of Ada's Kitchen & Coffee, a local landmark for over 50 years, Riverside train station and interstate 95, make commuting to NYC quick and easy.