The beaches of Smithtown on Long Island are Callahan's Beach and Sunken Meadow State Park Beach. Callahan's Beach is on the north shore of the sound. It is not the traditional sandy beach, but rather rocky with temperamental waves instead. It is a refreshing place to swim, and it has a lot of great amenities that you and your company will enjoy. There are quiet spots on Callahan's Beach to relax and fish, and boats are welcome in case you prefer ocean fishing. The waters are accommodating and the fish are plenty. Callahan's Beach also features a large picnic area with grills and plenty of seating. If you don't feel like cooking, you can enjoy one of several concessions instead. For your convenience, there is a children's playground, fully developed and well maintained restrooms and public showers to rid you of the sand. The beach at Sunken Meadow State Park can be found on the east coast. It has lifeguards on duty in the summer months, and its patrons enjoy swimming, canoeing, golfing, grilling, hiking, ball sports on its playing fields and even horseback riding. The beach is flat, clean and very popular with locals and New York tourists alike.
This page provides information about beaches located in the Town of Smithtown. Some of these locations are Town-Run Beaches, while others are NYS Parks - please be sure to check each listing for details before visiting hitting the waves!