Blydenburgh County Park

Blydenburgh County Park

Blydenburgh County Park with Lake view Blydenburgh County Park with Lake view
40.824707, -73.221348

Hike five miles around Long Island’s second largest lake, with plenty of other attractions, including a historical mill district


Blydenburgh County Park

Around 1800, the Blydenburgh family dammed the headwaters of the Nissequogue River just north of the union of three streams to create an early industrial/commercial center. The dam flooded the river's original banks to form a pond. Blydenburgh County Park now surrounds this body of water, known primarily by the name “Stump Pond.” By some historical accounts,...

Park Acreage:

627.00 acres



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Contact Information

Web Link:

Suffolk County, Dept of Parks, Recreation & Conservation


(631) 854-3713



Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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