KENNY'S ROAD BEACH New York Beach Diving Guide for scuba divers.
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KENNY'S ROAD BEACH

DIRECTIONS:                                  (Southold, Suffolk County)

Take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 73, Old Country Road. Drive east on Old Country, which will change into Main Road. Continue driving east into the town of Southold and turn left on Ackerly Pond Lane. Drive north to the end and turn right on Middle Road. Turn left on Kenny Road and drive to the end.

Note: The main parking lot is posted, "No Parking 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. " but for divers who would like to visit this site at night, there is a dirt lot next to the paved lot, which is not posted.

CONDITIONS:

The parking lot is no more than 30 feet from the water's edge. This is very desirable for those of us who are tired of having to walk for a long time to find decent diving.

Don't plan on filling your catch bag with lobsters. Just casually swim and explore the area. There are some large rocks in about 15 feet of water plus a good assortment of north shore marine life, including fluke and flounder in season, crabs, shrimp, schools of spearing, snappers, and even an occasional striped bass. This is also a good place for underwater photographers to practice macro photography.

The overall dive conditions are not fantastic, but for a nice relaxing, enjoyable dive, Kenny's Road Beach is quite nice.

 

 
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