- TripBuzz found 319 things to do with kids in or near Huntington Station, New York, including 313 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Flushing, Norwalk, Freeport and Fairfield.
- From Station Sports Family Fun Center to Breezy Park, the Huntington Station area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Family Fun Center, Theaters, National & State Parks and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- Named for the railroad station located within the hamlet, Huntington Station is located within the town of Huntington. Birthplace of famed poet Walt Whitman, one of the areas most prominent attractions is the museum that stands in his honor. Other points of interest include a mall also named after the poet, as well as a selection of boutique shops and dining options.
Brooksvale Park offers a domestic animal barnyard, toddler playground and playing field, wildlife garden, and apple orchard. The on-site pond is used for ice skating in the winter. Hiking trails and a rentable pavilion are also available.
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Ramapo Mountain State Forest is a protected natural space that offers a variety of recreational amenities. It has an extensive network of trails with varying difficulty levels, all suitable for hiking, biking, or cross country skiing.
Located along the Navesink River, Riverside Gardens Park is small, grassy area with trees, benches and access to the water. The park also has a stage for live events including regular performances during the summer.
Candlewoof Dog Park features two separate fenced in parks, one for small dogs and one for larger dogs. The park, located in the southwest corner of Pettibone's Elementary School field, promotes responsible dog ownership through events and meetings.
A full time club devoted exclusively to the sport of table tennis, the New Jersey Table Tennis Club is the largest of its kind in the tri-state area. The club features 8 tables, and hosts leagues and tournaments.
Two River Theater presents both original theatrical works and dramatic classics from various eras. Productions vary by season. They host readings and workshops, children's theater, and educational programs, as well.