Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has announced an extended summer season for Smith Point County Park.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has announced an extended summer season for Smith Point County Park

This morning, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the summer hours at Smith Point County Park will be extended. After Labor Day, most Suffolk County beaches will no longer have lifeguards present. On the other hand, this year there will be lifeguards on duty for an extra two weekends.

Suffolk County’s parks and beaches provide locals and the millions of tourists who throng to our world-class shores every summer with experiences they will never forget. Over 300,000 visitors flocked to Smith Point County Park this year.

“Summer is not ended in Suffolk and the pleasures of summer will continue to brighten our days,” stated Suffolk County Executive Bellone, despite the fact that Labor Day marks the formal end of summer. To all locals: “Lifeguards will be on duty for an extra two weekends, and I urge you to take advantage of our world-class beaches while the warm weather lasts.”

There will be lifeguards on duty at Smith Point County Park from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 10th, Sunday, September 11th, and Saturday, September 17th, and Sunday, September 18th.

It’s also worth noting that campers and parkgoers will be welcomed in Suffolk County parks, campsites, and outer beaches throughout the holiday weekend.

Smithttown Weather

September 26, 2022, 9:15 am
 

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real feel: 63°F
humidity: 94%
wind speed: 2 mph WSW
sunrise: 6:44 am
sunset: 6:43 pm
Forecast September 26, 2022
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