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Caleb Smith State Park

Caleb Smith State Park
Box 963
Smithtown, NY 11787
Phone: (631) 265-1054

Caleb Smith State Park Preserve is part of the Nissequogue River, this area offers trout and other freshwater fishing. You can fly fish by reservation. You can take a step back in time at Caleb Smith State Park Preserve. The Preserve provides hiking, cross-country skiing, nature trails, and fishing as well. Comprised of freshwater wetlands, ponds, streams, fields and upland woods, the park is nestled in the middle of a suburb. The park is an excellent place to pursue fly fishing as well. The preserve is a refuge for wildlife and a place for people to develop an awareness and appreciation of the natural world.

Directions to Caleb Smith State Park

Take either, the Long Island Expressway (495) to Exit 53 (north) OR the Northern State Parkway to Exit 45 (north) OR the Southern State Parkway to Exit 41A (north); To the Sunken Meadow Parkway (north) to Exit SM 3 East to Smithtown, onto Jericho Turnpike/Route 25 (east) for three (3) miles to the park.

Caleb Smith State Park Information


Open year round from approximately 8:00am to Sunset.
Closed Mondays: April - September Closed Mondays and Tuesdays: October - March



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