This campground is a Hip Camp, and you can enjoy it in the grassy meadow or the natural woods filled with trees. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle, check out Peconic River Campground for its serene, peaceful, and private atmosphere.
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Bring fishing gear and cast away, or go for a relaxing walk on the 2000 feet of walkable dikes right on the river or bring your canoe or kayak and feel free to launch it right on site. There is also a man-made dam on Dam RD just 2 minutes down the road, which is a great place for a quick dip in the water.
Portable water, showers, picnic tables, and garbage bins are all available. Pets are also allowed.
Wildwood State Park is nearby and offers 600 acres of underdeveloped hardwood forest. Please note pets are not allowed in this State Park. Another nearby attraction is Fire Island National Seashore, where you can immerse yourself in an enchanting collage of coastal life and history.