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Northport Village Park
1 Main St, Northport, NY 11768

In 1932, Walton Scherer was hired to build Northport Village Park at the foot of Main Street in Northport.More Construction was completed in 1933.

The community park is located at the foot of Main Street and consists of two large grassy areas, two playgrounds and two gazebos with two (large) free parking lots between them. There's also a bandshell where many free public concerts take place.

The northern-most playground offers metal slides, swings, see-saws, two roundabouts and several benches. Restrooms are nearest to here.The playground on the southern portion of the park is newer with vinyl slides, monkey bars, swings and a basketball court.

The park also features the village dock that sits in Northport Harbor and has 15 slips. There are no reservations required and the first two hours are free. A mobile pump-out boat operates through October and will come to visiting vessels if hailed on VHF channel 9.

Many annual community events take place here including the pre-prom party, concerts and Cow Harbor Day activities.

Town of Huntington/Soundview Boat Ramp
Eatons Neck Rd & Ocean Ave, Northport, NY 11768

Located in the shadow of the four Northport power plant smokestacks looming overhead, the Soundview Boat Ramp isMore maintained and operated by the Town of Huntington on property owned by National Grid.

Commercial fisherman are allowed to load and unload here. An adjacent bait shop on the property is currently closed.

All vehicles parking in this lot must have a boat trailer.  

Fields used by the Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club are adjacent to the marina parking lot.

Village of Northport
224 Main St, Northport, NY 11768

Northport was established in 1656 and incorporated in 1894. Its nickname is Cow Harbor because of the cows that usedMore to graze on the waterfront. The zip code is 11768. It shares that zip code with the Village of Asharoken, Eaton's Neck, Crab Meadow and Fort Salonga.

Northport sits in the Town of Huntington in Suffolk County, but has its own Board of Trustees made up of a mayor and four trustees; a police department; municipal court; highway and parks departments; and an administrative staff housed at Village Hall.

The village, with a population of approximately 7,500, sits on New York State Route 25A, also known as Fort Salonga Road in some parts of Northport, on Long Island's picturesque North Shore.

Northport is known for its secluded deep-water harbor,  beautiful parks and beaches, wealth of quaint 19th-century architecture and pedestrian-friendly downtown with a wide variety of stores and restaurants.

Main Street ends at the village dock and village green, site of numerous arts events and concerts in the gazebo.

The children who live within the village borders and attend public school go to Ocean Avenue Elementary, Northport Middle School and Northport High School. The Northport-East Northport School District's administration building is located within the village, as well.

Within its borders are two public beaches: Scudder, route: {:action=>"show", :controller=>"listings", :id=>"northport-villagescudder-beach"} --> and Steers. There are also several public parks including