Categories: County Parks

Blydenburgh Dog Park

Size: 2 Acres Fenced: Yes / Has seperate areas for small and large dogs with double gated entrances. Fees: Requires a Green Key or standard Suffolk County

Southaven County Park

The Carmans River flows through this scenic, pine-oak forested park. Southaven is a popular picnicking site, containing group areas capable of accommodating up to 1,000

Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium

Vanderbilt’s will provided for donation of his property to the county, with provision that the mansion and grounds be used for a museum for his

Fort Totten – NYC

A pristine stretch surrounding a preserved Civil War fortress, Fort Totten Park provides not only recreation and relaxation but a fascinating glimpse into New York’s

Culloden Park (Closed)

This park is closed HMS Culloden This park is named after the HMS Culloden, a British 74-gun warship sailing with the Channel Fleet during the

Muttontown Preserve

COMPRISING 550 ACRES OF fields, woodlands, ponds and estate grounds, Muttontown is Nassau County’s largest nature preserve and one of the most beautiful settings on

Blydenburgh

Activities include: Hiking, picnicking, camping, freshwater fishing, rowboat rentals, bridle paths, playground, dog run, and historic trust area. Open: Daily, Noon to Sunset Blydenburgh County Park

Indian Island County Park

This 275 acre Indian Island County Park, at the estuarine mouth of the Peconic River, is open to the public year-round for a variety of

Prosser Pines Tee Pee

Prosser Pines

It was back in 1812 that “Uncle Billy Dayton” set the first white pine seedlings on his farm in Middle Island on the road to