New York Nature, State Parks June 26, 2018
You’ll Love This Secluded New York Beach With Miles And Miles Of White Sand
It seems that oftentimes during the summer, swimming and camping go hand in hand. With that said, we couldn’t be happier to share that one of our region’s largest campgrounds also has miles and miles of white sandy beach for you to explore! With never-ending views of the water and swimming available daily from now until September, see why this beautiful beach in New York is worth taking a day trip to.
Out where the ocean meets the sky, Wildwood State Park is a secluded sandy beach in the small town of Wading River.
Wildwood State Park is home to the largest campground on Long Island, with hundreds of sites available between April and October where you'll be just steps away from beautiful views like this.
With miles of sandy beach to explore, even on Wildwood's most crowded days, you'll still have plenty of space to sprawl out along this gorgeous area of the park.
Between June 23rd and September 3rd, you'll find the beach open for swimming and equipped with lifeguards from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily.
Down along the sandy beach, you'll find a patio that overlooks the water and will give you even more elevated views.
This also happens to be the same spot where you can find the park's concession stand, with picnic tables out on the patio as well so you can eat up here before heading back down to the water.
So if you're ready to relax in the cool, refreshing waters of the Long Island Sound - think about exploring the beautiful beach at Wildwood State Park.
Covering over 700-acres of New York, the state park has 12-miles of hiking trails that overlook the Long Island Sound and also has a designated picnic area and playground near the beach that you can enjoy! To find out more about Wildwood State Park,
How to get here:
790 Hulse Landing Road,
Wading River, NY 11792
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