Village of Amityville, New York

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Amityville Parks and Public Areas

Amityville is home to many public green spaces. Our waterfront location on the Great South Bay affords spectacular views as well as recreational activities. There are numerous parks throughout the Village, some with children’s play areas and others with benches for quiet contemplation.                

  Village Triangle

Gazebo NewsletterThe center of the Business District on Broadway (Route 110) consisting of the gazebo, memorial clock tower, benches and plantings. It serves as the gathering point for parades, celebrations, photographs and drawings.



9/11 Memorial Park

This park was developed to commemorate those lost lives of Village residents due to the tragic events of 9/11/2001. The park is located at 259 Broadway in the center of the Village on Broadway between Cameta Camera and the LIRR train trParks 003estle.



Peterkin Park


Located on Oak Street, this park is home to a children’s playground, walking path around a small lake and a gazebo.




Avon Lake:   landscaped rest area around East and West Lake Drive

James A. Caples Memorial Park:  The hub of waterfront activities, this park encompasses softball fields, soccer fields, playgrounds, the Village pavilion, concession stand. Water sports include supervised swimming, sailing and swimming lessons.



Other Parks in Amityville:

Delano Nature Trail:  Union Avenue East of Broadway

Edward W. Pearsall Park:  Natural respite on Bayview Avenue features gazebo and seating area.

Maxine Postal Memorial Park:  Dedicated to Legislator Maxine Postal, this park is located at the end of Unqua Place on the Great South Bay


Village of Amityville, New York