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Kings Park Bluff, a Site Worth Seeing

Head down to Old Dock Road and enjoy the quiet before the storm.

The Kings Park Bluff on the north shore of Long Island provides a serene spot to admire the natural beauty of Long Island.

A large portion of the beach is lined with a boardwalk to navigate through the dunes and hills of the north shore line. Amongst the thick woods and high cliffs, the site offers a great view of Smithtown Bay and the bluffs. The park also provides boating ramps and a pier from which visitors can fish.

Head to Kings Park Bluff to savor the beauty and tranquility of nature finest creation.

Jennifer Ryan January 17, 2011 at 05:54 PM
The Bluff, the spot. If you are a townie you go to the bluff just to see if it's still there - old joke! One of the most beautiful places and it belongs to us - Kings Park.
Rob Smith January 22, 2011 at 06:36 PM
It has been more than 50 years now. After supper, my Mom or Dad would say how about a trip to the bluff! We drove down and parked at the overlook. My folks sat in the car and had a smoke or two while my sisters and I would explore the shoreline and watch the small boats coming in to see if they caught fish. I can smell the salt water as I write this note! We used to try and skim flat rocks all the way across to the island on the opposite side. Great fun! I have been away from KP for many years but still find my mind wandering to those wonderful days of old. I hope you are taking good care of my childhood memories and making wonderful new ones for yourselves......
Beth October 28, 2012 at 09:06 PM
Do you know who took these photos. would love to purchase one!
Kathy O'R June 21, 2013 at 05:46 PM
Love the Kings Park Bluffs also. My husband and I enjoy watching the families fish from the pier, the boats and kayacks and jet skis going in and out of Long Island Sound, the ferries from Connecticut and Port Jeff passing each other in the Sound. And the regulars who are always there when we are. People of all ages. Beautiful place.
Robert Wulterin November 24, 2013 at 01:14 PM
I would love to see some old photos of the bluff. my grandfather had a boat station at the very end of old doc road. his name was Larry ward, I spent many a summer day boating on the the river, in the late 50's early 60's. there's a parking lot where his boat station was , it was behind this is Conley's tavern. does anyone remember before they dredged the river.

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