Introduction to North Patchogue, New York
North Patchogue History
The water bodies of the area played a major role in the community's early industrial development. North Patchogue is in Suffolk County, which was created in 1683. It is currently a census-designated place.
North Patchogue and nearby Attractions
- Long Island Museum
- Suffolk County Historical Society
- Robert Moses State Parke
- Sagamore Hill National Historic Site
- Fire Island National Seashore
- Atlantis Marine World Aquarium
Things To Do In North Patchogue
The Suffolk County Historical Society, the Long Island Maritime Museum, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and the Long Island Museum are all accessible from North Patchogue. The Atlantis Marine World Aquarium features marine life exhibits, seal and sea lion shows, and submarine simulator rides. Belmont Lake State Park, Robert Moses State Park, Heckscher State Park, Wildwood State Park and Captree State Park are some of the popular nearby parks.
North Patchogue Transportation
Air transportation is available from Long Island Mac Arthur Airport.
North Patchogue Higher Education
Saint Josephs College-Suffolk Campus, Dowling College, Suffolk County Community College-Ammerman Campus, and Suffolk County Community College-Western Campus are all located nearby.