Park District Beaches and Properties
P.O. Box 1413
Mattituck, NY 11952
The Mattituck Park District parks and beaches are the private property of the residents who reside within the Park District and all who use them are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the Park District commissioners and the laws of New York State.
Visit our website mattituckparkdistrict.org for more information.
5155 Breakwater Road, Mattituck, NY
Located on the west side of Mattituck Inlet is a Long Island Sound Beach with parking area and restrooms, lifeguards during the summer, a partially-completed playground to be expanded over the next year, a pavilion, and 4 volleyball courts. It is a very popular spot for enjoying sunsets year-round. A MPD Permit is required to park here from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Bailie's Beach Park
2205 Bailie Beach Road, Mattituck, NY
Is located on the east side of Mattituck Inlet. There is a Scout lodge in the upland area (located at the top of fragile sand dunes) which used for scout meetings and other community gatherings. The property contains extensive wetlands and marshes. Sound-front beach extends from the west side of the guardrail at the end of Bailie Beach Road to the federal jetty. There are no lifeguards at this beach. A Town of Southold Parking Permit is required to park at the roadend from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Wolf Pit Lake
5005 Wickham Ave, Mattituck, NY
Is a small kettle lake which is used for ice skating when weather permits and has lights on it for night skating. Very pastural setting, is great for walking around, bird watching and also enjoying the view from the benches.
Aldrich Lane Park
350 Aldrich Lane, Laurel, NY
This property is adjoining and north of the former Laurel School and currently has soccer fields, which are illuminated at night and 6 basketball courts.
Marratooka Lake Preserve Park
14650 Route 25, Mattituck, NY
Is a parcel of land fronting the lake along south side of Main Road in Mattituck, just past Reeve Avenue, which has been preserved for open space and scenic use. Winter ice skating, weather permitting, accounts for its most active use.
Bay Avenue Park
Bay Avenue Park 1865 Bay Avenue, Mattituck, NY
Is the site of an existing Little League field, small parking area, two tennis courts, and a small wetlands area along James Creek.
Veterans Memorial Park
11280 & 11020 Great Peconic Bay Boulevard, Mattituck, NY
Is a park on Peconic Bay at the corner of Bay Avenue and Great Peconic Bay Boulevard in Mattituck. It has lifeguards during the summer; pavilion buildings with a community room (which is rented for events); parking area; picnic area with bbq grills; playground; cornhole; bocce, horseshoe and shuffle board courts (these are scheduled to be renovated by 2022). It is also the site of the Mattituck Park District Office. A MPD Permit is required to park here from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
The Cutchogue-New Suffolk Park District parks are the private property of the residents who reside within the Park District and all who use them are subject to rules and regulations set forth by the commissioners. The district is bounded on the west side by the Mattituck Park District and on the east side by the hamlet of Peconic, which is not within the park district. It maintains two bay front parks, Dave Allison Park (located at the end of Pequash Avenue) and Nassau Point Community Beach.
Use of these facilities is free to residents of the Cutchogue - New Suffolk Park District and their guests.
Nassau Point Beach
Causeway beach with swings and slides, sandbox, barbecue grill, picnic tables, park benches, handicap ramp, basketball court, roped off bathing area, bathroom facilities, and lifeguards on duty over the summer months. The Nassau Point Community Beach is a parcel of considerable acreage and beach front on Little Peconic Bay and wetlands areas on the west into Broadwater Cove. The causeway, Nassau Point Road, divides the park and provides easy access. Parallel to the beach and off the causeway is a large parking area. Attendants are on duty to issue and check permits.
Dave Allison Park
Park and beach with young children's playground equipment, park benches, picnic tables, barbecue grills, basketball court, bathroom facilities, a roped off swimming area, and lifeguards on duty. Parking within the park is not permitted. Beachgoers can park along West Road on the north end of the park. Parking is also available at the dead end of Pequash Avenue but you must have a Town of Southold parking sticker.
Southold Park District
Terry Lane & Hobart Rd
Southold, NY 11971
The following parks are under the jurisdiction of the Southold Park District, established in 1907. The Southold Park District is in the hamlet of Southold and consists of the Village Fire District, excluding the Peconic and Bayview areas, the boundaries of the Southold Park District were originally defined as old school district number five as it existed in 1907. The parks are the private property of residents who reside within the Park District and all who use them are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the commissioners.
Use of the Founders Landing and Emerson Parks are free to Southold Park District residents and their guests.
Located on the north side of Route 25 (Main Road) as you travel east, just west of the Willow Hill Cemetery. Southold's War Memorial for World War II, Korea, and Vietnam is visible as you drive by. This park is open to the general public for picnics and stretching your legs after a long drive.
Located at the end of South Harbor Road and has a picnic area, sandy beaches, and a beautiful view of Peconic Bay. This facility is an unprotected beach with no lifeguards on duty.
Located at the end of Hobart Road and overlooks Southold Bay. There are picnic tables, swings for the children, a bathroom and lifeguards on duty with a roped-off swimming area. Lifeguard is on duty from July 1st through Labor Day.
Horton's Point Lighthouse Park
Located at the end of Lighthouse Road and was the site selected by George Washington in 1797 for construction of a lighthouse to assist ships sailing from Boston to New York.
Currently, the Southold Historical Society maintains a nautical museum at the site and the site provides a magnificent view of the Long Island Sound.
The Orient-East Marion Park District parks and beaches are the private property of the residents who reside within the Park District and all who use them are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the commissioners.
located on Route 25 in Orient. is utilized by Orient-East Marion residents. The District also owns a parcel of property (55 acres) on the south side of Main Road, most of which is wetlands. No services (life guards, restrooms) are provided.