Categories: County Parks

Sans Souci County Park

Sans Souci is french for “without worry,” and at Sans Souci Nature Preserve you will be able escape the stressors of daily life by walking

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

Old Bethpage Restoration

Exploring Long Island’s 19th-Century Living History Museum OLD BETHPAGE VILLAGE RESTORATION provides visitors with a unique and wonderful opportunity to step back in time and

Arthur Kunz County Park

Situated on the western bank of the Nissequogue River, near its estuarine mouth, this 93 acre forested property is utilized primarily for hiking. Arthur Kunz

Cathedral Pines County Park

This 320 acre site is situated along the headwaters of the Carmans River. Facilities include campsites for individuals, youth group camping and club camping (10

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.

Dwarf Pines Plains Preserve

NOTICE: The trail heaad is located at the SCWA (Suffolk County Water Authority) A recently opened trail allows the visitor to experience this unique ecosystem.

Forsythe Meadow County Park

This 34-acre preserve nestled between Stony Brook’s Main Street shops, a horse farm and a subdivision was purchased by Suffolk County in 2000 after developmental

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