1 King Road, Wantagh, NY 11793

Phone Number

(516) 571-7460

Date Visited



Link to Website

Wantagh Park


Wantagh Park is located at 1 King Road, Wantagh. There are handicapped parking spaces located in the many parking areas in the park. All lots are paved and flat. 

There are restrooms with handicapped stall throughout the park.

Walking paths are wide, flat, concrete.  There are benches thoughout.

The park has many activites available - some of them require fees (see website).


    Surface of lot:  all lots are paved
    Distance to venue:  ***
    Terrain:  flat
    Places to rest:  benches throughout
    Paths and walkways:  concrete or carpet throughout
    Places to sit:  benches, picnic tables and benches
    Location of restrooms:  in various buildings
    Type of restroom:  all are multi-stall, with handicapped-accessible stalls
    Ease of entry and exit:  ok
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Available food services:  none that we saw
    Friendliness of staff:  we did not meet anyone
    Notes:  * ** *** there are handicapped spaces in each of the many parking areas, near the various activity centers

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Even though we have lived in Nassau County for more than forty years, we had never visited Wantagh Park. Our loss- such a beautiful place! As we drove along the road from Sunrise Highway to the actual park entrance, we had no idea of the what was there. One hundred, eleven acres, bordered by scenic water views. Within those acres we found playgrounds, mini golf, baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, a dog park, butterfly garden, swimming complex, marina, boat launching ramps, picnic areas, walking paths, benches, and restrooms, There are probably more things that I haven’t included. 

Each of the areas parking lots with handicapped spaces. We drove as far as we could go and parked near the marina. This turned out to be a great location as we were able to take a walk on the paved path, looking at the boats in the marina, walking past kids fishing and then continuing on along the water. When my husband, who is still using a walker, tired, there were plenty of benches available for him to  stop and  rest. We walked far enough to be able to see the Jones Beach Theater in the distance. Since our parking location was near the swim complex, we found multi-stall restrooms, with a large, handicapped-stall and baby-changing station.

We spent much of our time here commenting on how beautiful the park is, and how sorry we were that we didn’t know about it before. If you want a beautiful, serene outdoor venue, this could be it. Now that we know about it, we will add it to the list of places we love.

As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website,, to “know before you go.



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