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P.O. Box 144
West Sayville, NY  11796

Phone: (631) 854-4949

Fax: (631) 854-4969




Department of Parks, Recreation and conservation, image of lake with grass and trees


**ATTENTION: Slips 9 - 16 and Slip 23 at Shinnecock Marina currently do not have electric service. **

The Suffolk County Parks System is truly one which all county residents can be proud of, as it provides us with quality leisure opportunities from Montauk to Huntington. Our Parks Department manages over 46,000 acres of parkland, offering a multitude of leisure time pursuits. 

Popular activities within the Suffolk County Parks System include golfing, camping, horseback riding, swimming, hiking, fishing, outer beach (shoreline) activities, boating, or visiting one of our historic sites such as the Big Duck, an all-time favorite.  

Outer Beach Conditions

ATTENTION GOLFERS:  Starting October 13, 2015 the parks department is pleased to announce that the fall golf promotion will begin.  For information on times and rates please click on the following link to see the advertisement. 
Fall Golf Promotion Advertisement

SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE.  Now Hiring Security Aides.  Click here for contact information.

WEST NILE UPDATE:  Effective July 31, 2015 - Mosquitoes collected from Blydenburgh County Park have been tested positive for the West Nile Virus.  As a result, the campground has been closed and activities have been restricted to daylight hours. The Park will remain open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, but park visitors are still encouraged to take necessary precautions to avoid being bitten.  This includes proper clothing and the use of a mosquito repellent while staying outdoors.  Campers will have the option to be refunded for the days left remaining on the reservation or to move to a different campground. Please
contact  the Operations Office at (631) 854-4949 to make arrangements. For further information about the
Campground closure or activity restrictions at Blydenburgh County Park, contact the Parks Department at (631) 854-4949 or by email at For information about the West Nile Virus or to report sightings of dead or dying crows and blue jays, contact the Health Department at (631) 853-3000.

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