DescriptionThe Village of Huntington is located in the town of Huntington on the North Shore of Long Island in northwestern Suffolk County. It is a lovely place to visit. See the read more for more information.
- Number of handicapped spaces: *
Location of handicapped spaces: municipal lots
Surface of lot: paved
Places to rest: benches on street
Paths and walkways: concrete and brick
Available food services: many restaurants
Notes: * There is metered, on-street parking, as well as several municipal lots.
The Village of Huntington is located in the town of Huntington on the North Shore of Long Island in northwestern Suffolk County. It was founded in 1653 and has been a thriving metropolis ever since. Every town should have a village center like this one. It is a 36 square block wonder. Main Street runs through it and anything that anyone could possibly want can be gotten here. Enjoy everything from a simple cup of coffee to a gourmet meal at one of the many restaurants. Practically every ethnic group is represented. Take your pick.
You can bank, visit the post office, go to a gym or just take a walk down the streets. There are many shops to purchase whatever you may need or want. There are entertainment venues, a lovely park, an art museum, and a Farmer’s Market in the summer. Locals as well as tourists spend many hours here.
The concrete and brick walkways are flat and most of the entrances to the shops are street level. Parking is available in free municipal lots and there is metered parking on the streets. There are benches in front of some of the stores and of course there is a Starbucks.
If you are looking for somewhere to go to spend an enjoyable time, visit Huntington Village. You will not be disappointed.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to check a venue’s website, www.huntingtonpassport.com when planning a visit, to “Know Before You Go.”