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Sunken Meadow State Park, Kings Park

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#7 of 25 in Nature in Long Island
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Sunken Meadow State Park, also known as Governor Alfred E. Smith State Park, is a 1,287-acre (5.21 km2) state park located in the Town of Smithtown in Suffolk County, New York on the north shore of Long Island. The park, accessible via the Sunken Meadow State Parkway, contains the 27-hole Sunken Meadow State Park Golf Course.
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  • We have been hearing about this place for quite some time. We spent about four hours here recently and it was very nice. Water is clean and calm also. Lots of space to have a picnic and bathrooms... 
    We have been hearing about this place for quite some time. We spent about four hours here recently and it was very nice. Water is clean and calm also. Lots of space to have a picnic and bathrooms...  more »
  • I think it was good, I went when the weather was rainy, and not the hottest but that is not the parks fault. I enjoyed the BBQ we can do, and the beach. I am not going to lie, the rocks in the sand....  more
    I think it was good, I went when the weather was rainy, and not the hottest but that is not the parks fault. I enjoyed the BBQ we can do, and the beach. I am not going to lie, the rocks in the sand....  more »
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  • Nice view of northern Long Island. Many hero - lifeguards safe and great take care off the people! Some foods /drinks and coffee is available. There is a long broad walk, perfect for jogging or leisure walk. Plenty parking. Barbecue area also available too. Behind the beach, several walking trails. if you decide to go on walking trail. The beach is so relaxing and amazing. There is a fee going into the park. /$10 . It’s free after 4:00 pm…. Lot’s of fishing man pls carefully !
  • What a lovely place! My family and I used to come here when I was a kid, of course I don't remember. But the beach and grounds are stunning. The water was just right, a bit of discomfort getting from sand into water due to the shells and some rocks but once you get past a certain point it's all nice and smooth. Will be back!

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