Sears Bellows County Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Sitting at the eastern end of the Long Island Pine Barrens, and a stone’s throw from Great Peconic Bay, Sears Bellows County Park is easy to access from the highway. It’s also a convenient distance from a number of other county parks with more opportunities for hunting, hiking, and boating. Tent and trailer areas are separated with the former getting more shade from oaks and pines. During the day, dragonflies flit about near the water while Herring gulls glide by overhead. Road noise is audible but not intrusive. Lots of picnic tables, a central playground, and wide, flat trails that wind through the park make Sears Bellows a family-friendly campground. Bathrooms are clean and well lit with power outlets and large shower stalls. No alcoholic beverages are permitted in Suffolk County campgrounds and swimming is not allowed in Bellows Pond or Sears Pond. No more than two pets per campsite."