Tags: Fishing

Reeves Beach

Beaches are open daily from sunrise to 10pm year round. You do require a permit from April 15 to November 15 Fishing permits are required after

Target Rock Wildlife Refuge

Target Rock National Wildlife Refuge was acquired in 1967 as a donation from the Eberstadt family, who maintained the land as a garden estate. The

Cranberry Bog Nature Preserve

This 165 acre preserve is part of the drainage system of the Peconic River and serves as a natural reservoir for our fresh water supply.

Lake Ronkonkoma County Park

This scenic park offers a variety of recreational opportunities to the public. The facilities include a fishing area, baseball fields, handball courts, basketball courts, a handicapped

Sears Bellows County Park

Nestled within the Long Island Pine Barrens, Sears Bellows offers a broad range of recreational opportunities to Suffolk County residents and tourists. Campsites for both

Cedar Point County Park

The 607 acre Cedar Point, with commanding views of Gardiner’s Bay, offers individual and organized group camping areas. Picnic areas, boat rentals, nature trails, vehicular

Cupsogue Beach County Park

This 296 acre barrier beach park offers lifeguard-supervised swimming, sunbathing on white sand beaches and some of the finest saltwater bass fishing to be had

Goldsmith’s Inlet Park

This is a 35 acre parcel with a 1/2 mile trail leading to Long Island Sound. It features old growth woodlands and stunning tidal wetlands.

Montauk County Park

Seventeenth century Montauk was home to America’s first cattle ranching system. Each spring, East Hampton Town colonists would drive cattle across the narrow Napeague strip

Smith Point

Smith Point, on the Fire Island barrier beach, is a haven for sportsmen, surfers and beach lovers. An extremely popular facility, the park’s white sands,