This preserve is a lovely spot in the Long Island Sound that offers visitors a tranquil natural environment.
You’ll find Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve is a peninsula that spreads into the Long Island Sound in New York. This park is unmatched when it comes to enjoying outdoor pastimes like jogging, biking, hiking, and horseback riding. You’ll be able to discover different landscapes throughout the 1426-acre park such as meadows, salt marshes, and rocky shorelines. There are gardens to explore and nature paths to stroll along for admiring the abundant peaceful beauty. The land was purchased in 1921 by Marshall Field III, who also built a large estate on the land, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970s.
Visitors that obtain permits can enjoy wonderful fishing and even scuba diving off the shore. A wide variety of bird species call this park home, which attracts bird enthusiasts and nature photographers from all over to come see what they can find.