Falls has arrived. When the weather begins to cool down and a crisp breeze is in the area, the leaves of local trees will begin to put on a display of colors from bright golds to red. Enjoy watching the season change at these local parks.
1. - This scenic county park has miles of wooded trails to explore and a lake that make for a great landscape for shutterbugs. There's a to bring along your furry friend to play in the leaves. This is a must-see in the fall.
2. : Next door to Blydenburgh Park, this smaller park offers a quieter, serene setting while having trails for the casual hiker. Wooden benches along the dirt paths offer a place to stop, rest and take in the fall scenery.
3. Hoyt Farm: Just over the border in Commack, Hoyt Farm has a little something for everyone. Take a hike to see the fall foliage, or stop to visit the
4. Charles P. Toner Park: In Nesconset, this park is tucked behind the Nesconset branch of the Smithtown Special Library District on Smithtown Boulevard. It has a paved walking path bordered by trees and a picnic area. A has been put in to accommodate walkers or joggers with four-legged friends.
5. : Bundle up and cruise the boardwalk before snow hits the ground. The beach views are just as beautiful in the fall as they are in the summer.