Cedar Beach, Mount Sinai

Cedar Beach is a public beach on the North Shore of Long Island, located within the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York. The beach itself spans 3,450 feet on a peninsula that divides Mount Sinai Harbor from the Long Island Sound. Cedar Beach is located in the hamlet of Mount Sinai, while the peninsula on which it sits is accessed most directly from the adjacent hamlet of Miller Place.
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  • Cedar Beach of the Town of Brookhaven has been operating on top priority for safety enforcing social distancing implementing and enforcing masks to be worn off the beach area and with the restrooms...  more »
  • This was our first time at the Mount Sinai Cedar Beach. We were surprised how long the beach is, yes there is a lot of rocks there, but the water is clean and the sunset so beautiful. During the...  more »

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