Introduction to North Lindenhurst, New York
North Lindenhurst, New York, in Suffolk county, is 7 miles E of Levittown, New York and 31 miles E of New York, New York. The people of the town are in the Nassau- Suffolk metropolitan area. North Lindenhurst has a population of 11,767.
North Lindenhurst History
North Lindenhurst is a census designated hamlet in the Town of Babylon, which was established in 1872. The town includes around 3 incorporated villages and more than 12 unincorporated hamlets. The area was originally inhabited by Native Americans. The town was first settled in by Europeans in the early 1800s.
North Lindenhurst and nearby Attractions
- Adventureland Amusement Park
- Robert Moses State Park
- Jones Beach State Park
- Old Bethpage Village Restoration
- Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
- Brooklyn Children's Museum
Things To Do In North Lindenhurst
While staying in North Lindenhurst you can visit the Beck Basin Park, Emerald Ridge Park, Lewis Park, John Janega Memorial Park and Sedgewood Cove Park. The American Airpower Museum, Tackapausha Museum and Preserve, Amityville Historical Society- Lauder Museum and the Old Bethpage Village Restoration are also worth taking a look around. Golfers can enjoy the facilities offered by the Bergen Point Country Club and the Cantiague Park Golf Course. The Adventureland Amusement Park is also close to North Lindenhurst.
North Lindenhurst Transportation
Republic Airport is nearby.
North Lindenhurst Higher Education
Higher educational facilities are offered by SUNY College of Technology at Farmingdale, Hofstra University and Nassau Community College.