The Nathan Hale Beach Club is a private beach club. It is available for usage only to families who reside on…More certain streets in Huntington Bay.
The Nathan Hale Beach Club was established in June of 1920. An interesting fact about the location of this beach club, is that it is believed to be the location where Nathan Hale, considered America's first spy, landed for his final spy mission. The mission for which he was eventually caught and hanged by British forces during the Revolutionary War.
Lifeguard protection is available at all beaches except Crescent Beach from 10 am to 6 pm daily in season,…More which runs generally from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Main Beach Office is located at Crabmeadow Beach (631) 261-7574
Fees: The seasonal beach permit is available to residents only. Permits are available at beaches starting Memorial Day weekend. Vehicle registration and drivers license required. Seasonal permits must be affixed on right side window by attendant. These permits are nontransferable and are required on each vehicle. Residents 60 and over are issued seasonal pass at no charge for Centerport Beach. Vehicle registration and drivers license is required.
Senior Citizen Seasonal Beach Permit, Residents 60 and 0ver issued at No Charge at Centerport Beach. Vehicle registration and drivers license required.
If a resident chooses not to obtain a seasonal beach permit for their vehicle, they may take advantage of the daily vehicle parking fee upon showing identification.
A Non-resident may use the beaches by purchasing the Non-Resident Daily. These daily permits are sold at all beaches.
All groups visiting any of the beaches must have a permit issued by the Parks and Recreation Office. Please call 351-3089 for information.
The Beach House Tanning Salon 46 Gerard St, Huntington, NY11743 In addition to conventional tanning beds this salon offers spray-on tans and a wide variety of lotions that can help…More accelerate, maximize and maintain new tans.
Target Rock is an 80-acre Refuge on the Lloyd Neck Peninsula of Long Island's north…More shore. The Refuge, made up of mature oak-hickory forest and a half-mile rocky beach, supports a variety of songbirds (particularly warblers in the spring, mammals, shorebirds, fish, reptiles and amphibians). During the colder months, diving ducks are common offshore while harbor seals use the beach and nearby rocks as resting sites. Spring bloom at Target Rock will remind you of its days as a formal garden with flowering rhododendrons, azaleas and mountain laurel.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service manages the Refuge to protect this special habitat for migratory songbirds, shorebirds, waterfowl and other wildlife. From April 1 through August 31, a portion of the beach at Target Rock is closed to public use, in order to provide undisturbed nesting areas for bank swallows and a safe place for shorebirds like the piping plover to nest and feed.
If you visit the beach at Target Rock NWR, you will likely see a 14-foot rock jutting out of Huntington Bay. Legend has it that the British Navy used that rock for target practice during the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.
The Eberstadt family eventually took ownership of this land, transforming it into magnificent gardens. The hints of their work bloom every spring with flowering daffodils, azaleas and rhododendrons. The Refuge was established in 1967 via land donation from the Eberstadt family, under the Migratory Bird Conservation Act.
Studio Art 1170 E Jericho Tpke, Huntington, NY11743 Studio Art provides numerous creative art programs for children and their families. This establishment offers classes,…More as well as after-school programs and birthday parties. Classes are available in sewing, sneaker art, Batik and other activities. There is an additional location for this business in Westhampton Beach.