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Our Personal Injury Lawyers' Top Parks Near Woodbury NY

There are many perks to life on Long Island, including a variety of parks and natural areas to explore. During the spring and summer, our Long Island personal injury attorneys love taking family outings to the parks in the Woodbury area. It's a great way to bond with the family while exploring trails, playing sports, or enjoying a nice picnic outdoors. Some of our favorite parks near Woodbury include:

Stillwell Woods Park

Stillwell Woods Park is one of our favorite places to exercise in the outdoors. There are gorgeous bike trails here and it's one of the best mountain biking locations in all of Long Island. They have trails for all skill levels, with various difficulties and lengths. No matter the skill level of yourself or the people you're with, you're sure to find a trail to suit you well. You can also just take a casual stroll along these trails if you're not much of a mountain biker - just watch out for the bikers. Finally, they also have soccer and baseball fields which are great for intermural adult or youth sports leagues and casual games as well.

Syosset-Woodbury Community Park

Syosset-Woodbury Community Park is always bustling during the summertime. This is one of our favorite places to visit as a family and enjoy the nice weather with our neighbors, friends, and fellow community members. This well-rounded park offers a wide array of outdoor activities, including:

This park is even worth a visit during the winter, as you can go ice-skating or sledding on the massive hills they have here. You also can take a break from the ice while sitting around the fire and enjoying a rich hot chocolate. Syosset-Woodbury Community Park is a true gem that can be enjoyed year-round.

Cold Spring Harbor State Park

Cold Spring Harbor State Park is a must-see for hiking enthusiasts. There is a wooded hiking trail here which is fairly steep and of moderate difficulty. It runs about one mile, so walking from one end to the other and back is a decent workout. You can enjoy some beautiful views of the woods and the harbor during your hike. If you're a dog owner, you're free to bring your pet along for the hike as well.

Caumsett State Historic Park

Caumsett State Historical Park is one of the most naturally beautiful and scenic parks on Long Island. It's located on a peninsula which extends into Long Island Sound and features miles of bridle paths, nature trails, woodlands, meadows, rock shoreline, gardens, and salt marsh. This is one of our favorite places to go walking, jogging, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, fishing, and scuba diving.

Heckscher Park

Unofficially known as "the Central Park of Huntington village", Heckscher Park was a gift to the Huntington community by financier and philanthropist August Heckscher and his wife Nannie A. Hecksher. This picturesque green space spans 18 acres and also includes the Heckscher Museum of Art. It features a pond, play areas, gorgeous gardens, benches, tables, and more. There are also festivals held here throughout the year, including Huntington's Annual Fall Festival, Summer Arts Festival, and Spring Tulip Festival.

For more places to visit while in Woodbury, continue reading:

Laurence P. Banville
Date Published: May 4, 2018
Laurence P. Banville is the managing partner of Banville Law. As an experienced personal injury attorney, Mr. Banville helps clients recover compensation from those responsible for his clients' injuries. Our firm is located in New York City, serving clients from the five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island.
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