Camping Underneath the Fall Foliage: Campsites that are Open Through Autumn

Campsites are still open, so take advantage of the slower season to spend a relaxing weekend camping on Long Island!

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Though you may think that the end of summer means the end of camping, most campsites are still open through October, and some are even open year-round for you to enjoy on a leisurely weekend.  Be sure to check with the campsite to see what you are allowed to bring, and what kinds of set-ups are available, such as if sites specify that they are only for tents or trailers.  Suffolk County offers an electronic reservation service for county parks and beaches so that you can reserve your campground space from the comfort of your own home.  Click here, and be sure to review the cancellation policy prior to reserving your space.  Some of the State Parks are also available to reserve online at New York State Parks: Reserve America, though both Nassau County campgrounds require you to call in to reserve your spot.  Those three-day school holidays are approaching, so make sure you and your kids get your fill of outdoor fun while the weather is still a bit warm, and take in some of the beautiful fall scenery!

Nassau County Camping

Suffolk County Camping