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Shelter Island Town Volunteer Park
192 N Ferry Rd, Shelter Is Ht, NY 11965
Shelter Island Town Volunteer Park is a small local park located in Shelter Island Heights by the water. Residents mayMore enjoy the water, survey local wildlife and walk the grounds.
Orient Point County Park
41425 Main Rd, Orient, NY 11957
This park features well-groomed nature trails alongside the Long Island Sound near the tip of Orient Point. There'sMore plenty of wildlife to see at the park, including rabbits and songbirds. Anglers can fish at the park too.
Wades Beach
60 S Midway Rd, Shelter Island, NY 11964
Wades Beach is one of three town beaches (and two landings) that make up the bay for Shelter Island. The beach playsMore host to swimming, tanning, relaxation, picnics and events. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 5pm. Please note that parking requires a resident sticker or purchase of a permit.
Inlet Pond County Park
65275 Route 48, Greenport, NY 11944
This 55-acre nature preserve in Greenport has 1.6 miles of groomed trails leading to Inlet Park and the Long IslandMore Sound. The trail head is located near the North Fork Audubon Society, which hosts nature tours at the park.
Norman E. Klipp Park
Manhanset Avenue, Greenport, NY 11944

Locally known as Gull Pond Beach, this spacious beach, park and marine access site at the end of Manhanset Avenue inMore Greenport features clear views of Shelter Island and its harbor. A large parking area and boat ramp make for easy access to the water. The beach has a playground, and lifeguards are on duty during the summer.


Horton's Point Lighthouse Park
3575 Lighthouse Rd, Southold, NY 11971
George Washington ordered the construction of this lighthouse in 1797 to guide ships sailing from Boston to New YorkMore City. Now, the lighthouse-turned-museum and park at the end of Lighthouse Rd. is frequented by locals and visitors seeking a glimpe into maritime history as well as a fantastic view of Long Island Sound atop a rocky bluff. Southold Park District maintains the park and Southold Historical Society runs the museum. The grounds can be used for picnics and small wedding ceremonies.
Bailie Beach Park
2205 Bailie Beach Road, Mattituck, NY 11952
This quiet beach at the end of Bailie Beach Road features grand views of the Long Island Sound and Mattituck InletMore — views enhanced by  fiery sunsets on warm summer evenings. Maintained by the Mattituck Park District staff, Bailie Beach Lodge is tucked away in the grassy dunes  and is often used by Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops. The lodge, which houses a large commercial kitchen, is also available to rent from the park district for private functions.
Southold Town Beach
Route 48, Southold, NY 11971
The breathtaking view of the Long Island Sound and accessibility of this beach from Route 48 in Southold make Town BeachMore one of the more popular spots to soak up the sun in the summertime. The park features 960 feet of Sound-front beach, a sandy playground area, a picnic pavillion and a wooden swing. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer.