Hubbard County Park provides for fishing at freshwater Penny Pond, hunting, hiking, as well as canoeing & kayaking. The check-in for activities is located at Sears Bellows County Park.
This 1,815 acre park is a land of transitions complimented by beach grass extending under pine tree canopy and prairie grasses abutting salt marsh. An array of wildlife can be found, to include clams, scallops, blue heron, osprey, and a variety of turtles and reptiles.
While enjoying the beautiful sights of the park today, you also find yourself enveloped in a land with a 10,000 year heritage starting with the Native American Shinnecock Nation extending to the Town of Southampton as farmland through a period of use as hunting land where remains of duck blinds and tools can still be found along the trails.
From Long Island Expressway: Take exit 71. Follow Route 24 East. Continue past traffic circle. Cross over Rte 105. After you pass Spinney Road on your Right, the entrance to Hubbard County park for the press event will be on your left hand side. Look for Press Event sign.
From Sunrise Highway:Take exit 65 North. Follow Route 24. After you pass Red Creek Road, look for entrance to Hubbard County Park for the press event on your right hand side.