Hallock State Park Preserve offers a total of 225 acres. Hallock State Park Preserve is a shorefront park preserve that offers nearly one mile of pristine beachfront on the North Shore of Long Island along the Long Island Sound.
Hiking, nature walks, and bird watching are available. Development of the remainder of the preserve is in the planning stages and may include formal trails, environmental education, and activities appropriate for a park preserve.
Print and fold to create a guide for an individual or family walk at Hallock State Preserve. If you cannot print 2-sided, the two sheets can be printed and stabled together, back-to-back, before folding. The markers follow the Yellow Trail, which starts in the northwest corner of the upper parking lot. A park map is also available on this site.
Pet Policy: No pets allowed
New! Download this park's digital map to your iOS Apple and Android device.
Start your Saturday morning with a walk at Hallock State Park Preserve's Long Island Sound beach while you support marine conservation and learn about local sea life.
Scientists and volunteers from the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society lead our weekly beach walk. Along the way, we pick up marine debris and discuss current local issues of marine biology.
You can learn how to collect relevant data and how to support marine conservation on your own.
Participants of all ages are welcome.
We meet at the Visitor Center, just off Sound Avenue, and then drive to the upper parking lot for a walk of about 1.5 miles.
We provide trash pickers and buckets. Please bring you own gloves.
Participants in this beach clean-up program will receive a free parking pass for their vehicles.
Pre-registration is not necessary but suggested so that we may notify you if an event is cancelled due to severe weather.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
For more information: visit https://www.amseas.org/events or call the Park Office at (631) 315-5475