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Laurel Lake Preserve and Park

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<p>Over 480 acres of land are preserved here just north of Route 25 in Laurel. The lake, a 30-acre freshwater body formed by a glacier 10,000 years ago, is over 45 feet deep. It's a popular place for canoeing, kayaking and fishing, with a state-owned fishing access site adjacent to the town preserve. A large picnic pavilion and well-groomed nature trails are also available here. Laurel Lake Park, which is part of the preserve to the west, features an information center, two baseball fields, a playground and more picnic tables.</p>
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4995 Main Rd, Laurel, NY 11948
(631) 765-1800
  • Fax: 631-765-6145
  • Hours: Daily, sunrise to 10pm
  • Accessible: yes
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