Categories: County Parks

Greens Creek County Park

Green’s Creek is roughly 4 acres and serves as a small, passive park on the Great South Bay that allows for a relaxing environment.  Activities

Lakeland County Park

This fully accessible facility, designed for the disabled and their families, includes a nature trail-boardwalk over the head-waters of the Connetquot River, affording unique views

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

McAllister County Park

In 1971 James P. McAllister deeded land he owned to the County of Suffolk, which in turn dedicated this 113 acre scenic seafront property for

Old Field Farm

Long Island philanthropist Ward Melville built Old Field Farm, originally known as the North Shore Horse Show Grounds, in 1931. Melville commissioned architect Richard Haviland

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

Meschutt Beach County Park

Meschutt Beach County Park is a stillwater, supervised bathing beach located on Great Peconic Bay, on the east side of the Shinnecock Canal.  A windsurfing and sailing

Northwest Harbor County Park

This park is 337 acres, with a landing for boats and seasonal bow hunting allowed, this recreational area is well-suited for active people. Located along

Sound View Dunes Park

Acquired by Southold Town and Suffolk County in 2008, Sound View Dunes Park spans 57 acres of beach, dune, wetland and forest habitats. Hiking, birdwatching,

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.