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Nissequogue River State Park

799 Saint Johnland Road
Kings Park 11754

Phone: (631) 269-4927

Nissequogue River State Park, located at the mouth of the Nissequogue River and the Long Island Sound, is home to a variety of tidal, fresh water, and woodland habitats.  The Greebelt Trail can be picked up here, and a section of the park has been named a State Bird Conservation Area. The park paralells the Nissequogue River providing a grand view from atop the bluffs.

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