- Restrooms: YesWaste Disposal: Yes - Limited waste bins availableAbout this place:
This pine oak forested park allows for plenty of activities ranging from hiking to horseback riding. The park offers trails, wide open fields, and beautiful views of the Carmans River.Trails are not well marked, it is easy to get turned around. Be sure to pick up a trial map at the information center!
Fun Facts & Sights to See:
- Pop Culture: In 1992, it was rumored that a UFO crashed in the park. This incident was featured on a History Channel show, which can still be found on the internet today.
- Local History: the historic Homan-Gerard House and MIlls, and childhood home of Mary Louise Booth are located on the park grounds.
- Part of the LIE and main line of the LIRR run through the park, but the park is not accessible from either.
- Know Before You Go: Suffolk County Skeet is nearby and can be active on the weekends, something to note if you have a dog that is afraid of gunshot type sounds!
- The Long Island Live Steamers operates in the park, providing mini train rides
- Victory Ave