Huntington Community

Huntington is a hamlet located in the Town of Huntington in Suffolk County, New York, United States.  It is part of the New York metropolitan area. The Census Bureau has also defined a census-designated place (CDP) with the same name that corresponds to the most densely populated area; however, local understanding of the hamlet may differ somewhat from the census definition. The aggregate demographic and geographic data for the hamlet is also included in the data for the Town of Huntington. The population was 18,406 at the 2010 census. The central business district, called Huntington Village locally, is old and well developed, but it is not incorporated and does not have a village form of government.

The town encompasses the villages of Asharoken, Huntington Bay, Lloyd Harbor and Northport; and the communities of Centerport, Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Dix Hills, East Northport, Eatons Neck, Elwood, Fort Salonga, Greenlawn, Halesite, Huntington, Huntington Station, Melville, South Huntington, and West Hills.

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Huntington Schools

Schools play an important role in establishing Huntington’s stellar quality of life. The Town of Huntington’s students are served by eight school districts. Each has its own elected school board, and residents in each district vote annually on the district’s budget.

Village Of Patchogue Recreation Areas:

Shorefront Park

Father Tortora Park

Four Sisters Park

John S. Belzak Park

Beaches & Night Fishing - Town of Huntington.

Huntington beaches are many, and they are found in and around the Northport, Centerport, Eatons Neck, Kings Park, Lloyd Harbor and Huntington areas. They are generally small and intimate, and open during summer months, from May to September. Many feature lifeguards during daylight hours. It is ideal for family picnicking and quiet on-the-water activities, such as sailing, kayaking and canoeing. Centerport Beach is 230-foot stretch of relaxing beach area. It is perfect for the beach goer who wants a spot to plant a chair, read a book, and watch children bring their daydreams to life building sandcastles. Crab Meadow Beach is another Northport beach that spans about 1,000 feet. It is characterized by a lot of sandbars that make it safe, enjoyable and interesting for people who love the beach but don’t necessarily spend a lot of time in the water. Crescent Beach has a distinct, rocky shoreline, so it is well-suited for water-skiers, canoers and kayakers. It is open during summer months only and is patrolled during daytime hours by trained lifeguards. It also features a picnic area and a playground, so it is appropriate for families.

This page provides information about beaches located in the Town of Huntington. Some of these locations are Town-Run Beaches, while others are NYS Parks – please be sure to check each listing for details before visiting hitting the waves!

Asharoken Beach – Northport, NY

Centerport Beach – Centerport, NY

Crab Meadow Beach – Northport, NY

Crescent Beach – Huntington Bay, NY

Fleets Cove Beach – Centerport, NY

Gold Star Battalion Beach – Huntington, NY

Hobart Beach – Eatons Neck, NY

West Neck Beach – Lloyd Harbor, NY

Geissler’s Beach, (fishing only), Makamah Rd., Northport

(Main Beach Office – 631-261-7574) 

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You’ll never get bored in the township of Huntington. With an attractive village, numerous beaches and navigable harbors, this town will fascinate you in a variety of ways. And, like most top destinations, this town is packed with restaurants to delight every palate. So, start planning your culinary journey in this town by checking out our roundup of the best restaurants in Huntington.

Things to Do

Kayaking & Water Sports

Huntington Parks & Recreation

Heckscher Park

Fair Meadow Park

Partridge Pond Park

Robin Park

Carpenter Farm Park

Halesite Park

Depot Road Richard W. Holst Memorial Park

Huntington Golf Courses Guide

Huntington’s Farms

Kerber’s Farm

John Gardiner Farm

Crossroads Farm

Happy Farm

Huntington Village Farmers Market

Elwood Pumpkin Farm

Manor Farm

Elwood Christmas tree farm

Lucky Farms