The Nissequogue River is located on the western side of Smithtown Bay. At over eight miles long, part of this freshwater river (derived from groundwater) flows through Nissequogue River State Park. The park, a designated State Bird Conservation area, serves as shelter for waterfowl, herons, and egrets, and is along the migration […]
If you are looking for a calm place to drop anchor with a nearby beach, or a place to travel along and explore, the Nissequogue River is your spot. This freshwater river, derived from groundwater, is located off of the western side of Smithtown Bay. While most of this 8.3-miles-long river is too shallow to […]
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Once you arrive at the ramp, there are steps to take to ensure that you protect your safety while preventing damage to your boat or PWC. As a courtesy to others on a busy boating day, take as many steps as possible before positioning your trailer on the ramp. Check to ensure that no damage […]