Access for Anglers with Disabilities in Long Island/NYC
The following is a list, by county, of fishing access sites for anglers with disabilities.
Although every effort is made to keep this information current, please confirm the availability of facilities with the appropriate DEC Regional Office.
New York City
The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation ensures accessibility to city parks for all visitors in accord with the Americans With Disabilities Act. For more information, call Borough Offices at:
- Bronx (718) 430-1856
- Brooklyn (718) 965-8955
- Manhattan (212) 408-0295
- Queens (718) 520-5907
- Staten Island (718) 390-8955
Long Island Sound at Oyster Bay Western Waterfront Waterway Access Site - 500-foot fishing pier and boat ramp in recreated vegetated tidal wetland area
- Long Island Sound at Mattituck Creek Waterway Access Site - fishing pier, boat ramp, canoe and kayak launch area, and observation deck
- Peconic River (Upper) at Mill Road Fishing Access Site - accessible canoe launch
- Randall Pond at Ridge Multiple Use Area - off Jericho Turnpike and Randall Rd., accessible trail with three fishing piers
- Also check out Suffolk County Parks website (in the right column).
See a full listing of DECs accessible recreation destinations.