Introduction to North Amityville, New York
North Amityville History
North Amityville is a census-designated hamlet in Suffolk County, which was one of the original twelve counties created in 1683 in New York State. It was one of the first suburbs to welcome black homebuyers and was home to many people who worked for wealthy estates.
North Amityville and nearby Attractions
- Lauder Museum
- Tackapausha Museum and Preserve
- American Airpower Museum
- Old Bethpage Village Restoration
- Belmont Lake State Park
- Colonial Springs Golf Club
Things To Do In North Amityville
This area is home to vast areas of open spaces and greenery. Nature lovers have several recreational activities to choose from. The nearby parks and lakes have been designed and facilitated to provide a soothing atmosphere for those who want to relax. They also have amenities for recreational activities including fields and courts for a variety of sports.
North Amityville Transportation
John F. Kennedy International Airport is less than half an hour's drive away.
North Amityville Higher Education
Facilities for higher education can be found at SUNY College of Technology, Suffolk County Community College, and Hofstra University.