Sunken Meadow State Park, home to three miles of water front on the Long Island sound, has a wide-ranging topography that features glacial bluffs, tidal flats, salt marshes, and a brackish creek. These areas, as well as acres of undeveloped rolling hills provide habitats for birds and small animals, and offer great hiking and bridle trails.
Visitor can enjoy swimming in The Sound with seasonal lifeguard supervision. Large picnic areas and pavilions are available for use in the park. The park also host as a venue for family reunions, parties, and weddings.