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East of Old Willets Path, this Suffolk County park has had a long history with very few owners. In 1798 Isaac Blydenburgh, seeing a good business opportunity, joined with some Smith relatives to buy the 588-acre parcel. They put in the dam that created the pond and erected grist-, saw-, and fulling from trails.com
Richly forested hills and valleys at the headwaters of the Nissequogue River, rowing and fishing on lovely Stump Pond, casual strolls through an historic district featuring a grist mill... These are but a few of the attractions of Blydenburgh County Park. Campsites: 50 tent & trailer. Features: 588 from discoverlongisland.com
Blydenburgh County Park is a 627 acres wooded park that has been preserved by Suffolk County to be available to its residents for outdoors adventures and picnics year-round... from patch.com