Admission: $10 per vehicle
Sunken Meadow State Park, home to three miles of water front on the Long Island sound, has a wide-ranging topography that features glacial bluffs, tidal flats, salt marshes, and a brackish creek. These areas, as well as acres of undeveloped rolling hills provide habitats for birds and small animals, and offer great hiking and bridle trails.
The Park also contains a 27 hole Golf Course that may be played as either nine or 18 holes, in addition to a driving range and putting green.
Fun fact: The park took its name from the low meadowland which separates the narrow sandy beach from the uplands. Access originally was by way of a quarter mile-long boardwalk which was erected on-stilts across the meadows and creek.