Caleb Smith State Park Preserve Nature Museum

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Caleb Smith State Park Preserve Nature Museum

New York

(631) 265-1054

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Caleb Smith State Park Preserve offers environmental education programs year round for schools at all grade levels. The preserve also offers interpretive programs for youth organizations and the general public including Tiny Tots (3-5 year olds), Fun for Kids, Family Adventures, and Adult Ed-ventures.

The nature museum is in the Smith Family home built in 1751. Nature trails lead you through a variety of habitats typical of the north shore of Long Island where many species of plants and animals are found. The Nature Museum operates all year. Specific dates include: Wed - Sun. 5/31/10 - 9/6/10: 8 am - 4 pm.

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Latitude, Longitude: 40.849917, -73.224907



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    Environmental Interpretive Programs and Self Guided Trails, open all year. Envrion. Programs conducted Wednesday - Sunday only. Nature Museum: Operates all year. Wed - Sun. 5/31/10 - 9/6/10: 8 am - 4 pm.


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Take either, the Long Island Expressway (495) to Exit 53 (north) or the Northern State Parkway to Exit 45 (North) OR the Southern State Parkway to Exit 41A (north); to the Sunken Meadow Parkway (north) to Exit SM 3 East to Smithtown, onto Jericho Turnpike/Route 25 (east) for three (3) miles to the park. For driving instructions more specific to your present location, please visit:

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(631) 265-1054