Town Deli 1046 Park Blvd, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Located in the heart of Massapequa Park on Park Boulevard, Town Deli has served the community since 1955. The deli…More serves made-to-order sandwiches made with quality cold cuts and your choice of bread, roll or hero as well as hot dishes like chicken and potatoes or lasagna. Town Deli also offers weekly combination specials for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Town of Oyster Bay Parks Division 977 Hicksville Rd, Massapequa, NY11758 The some 150 Oyster Bay town parks, which encompass more than 800 acres, is maintained by the Oyster Bay Parks Division.…More The parks offer something for everyone. Facilities include children's playgrounds, pools, ball fields, skating rinks, and basketball fields. Town sports leagues can reserve times for matches on a first come-first serve basis. For reservations, call 516-797-4120.
Town Florist 1025 Park Blvd, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Located one block from the Massapedqua LIRR train station, the family-owned Town Florist has been serving the Massapequa…More Park area since 1996. The friendly shop offers a variety of floral arrangements and gifts, including wedding bouquets, sympathy flowers, balloons, fruit baskets and invitations.
The Town of Oyster Bay Town Hall South provides services from the Town Clerk's office. It also houses the Parks…More Department, Community & Youth Services Department, and the Intergovernmental Affairs Department.
Direct department numbers are listed below:
Parks Department, Beach Division - 516-797-4110
Philip B. Healey Beach at Florence Avenue, Massapequa - 516-797-7994
The Town of Oyster Bay Beach Division is located in the Department of Parks office in Town Hall South. It…More is part of the Parks Department. The Massapequa beaches that are maintained by this division include Tobay Beach (516-679-3900) and Philip B. Healey Beach at Florence Avenue (516-797-7994).
The Town of Oyster Bay Beach Division also maintains and supervises six other beaches. These include Beekman Beach in Oyster Bay, Centre Island Beaches in Bayville, Charles E. Ransom Beach in Bayville, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park/Beach in Oyster Bay, Stehli Beach in Bayville/Lattingtown and Harry Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing. Check the website for residency and usage restrictions for each of the beaches.
John J. Burns Town Park is a multi-use park located in Massapequa. It has numerous multi-use fields that are used for…More football, soccer and lacrosse. There are also baseball diamonds in a variety of sizes. Many of the fields have lights for night games and events. The park also has a paved walking and running path.
Toward the back of the park is a boat launch, which is available for use all year long.
The youngest residents were not forgotten when designing the park. It also has a great playground.
Brady Park Lake Shore Drive & Front Street, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Brady Park is located in the town of Massapequa Park. It has facilities for almost any activity a park user would…More participate in. There is a "tournament-grade" Little League baseball field, as well as a playground, basketball courts, horseshoe pit, shuffleboard court and even a bocci court! Trails that begin at Brady Park and circle the lake can be used for hiking, running, walking and even the occasional 5K race. The picnic area overlooks the lake of the Massapequa State Park Preserve and has a covered barbecue area with numerous grills available for community events and group picnics, which makes the park a popular spot for family gatherings and other large parties.
Dina's Cleaners 5099b Merrick Rd, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Located directly off Merrick Road, across from Massapequa Town Park, Dina's Cleaners is one of the oldest operating…More businesses in town and is considered a local landmark. The laundromat and dry cleaning business has been serving the Massapequa Park community since 1955 and offers a wide array of services, including dry cleaning, full-service laundering with same day pick-up, tailoring and more.
The Oyster Bay Town Division of Recreation is part of the Parks Department, which holds offices in what is known as…More Town Hall South. The numerous responsibilities of this division include managing applications for recreational spaces and activities, such as fields, meeting rooms and picnic permits for groups of more than 50 people.
The Recreation Division also runs many activities throughout the year, including youth baseball and softball, tennis, ice hockey, general fitness and self-defense programs. The division even runs a Town of Oyster Bay Bluefish Tournament! Call the Recreation Division during business hours to find out more about the programs and services offered.