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Providing 34 acres of sandy beach and recreational activities, North Hempstead Beach Park (formally known as Bar Beach & Hempstead Harbor Parks) includes a promenade for residents who want to walk along the waterfront. A fishing pier, boat ramp, bathhouse and concession area are also...More
The promenade here is just under 1 mile long - if you add in the small hill through the picnic area. Without the hill - just about .75 miles of flat pavement with great water views towards the east.
Park opens at 9am - and...More
The park has been expanded over the years to include Hempstead Harbor Park. The Town is now in the process of doing a "visioning" and soliciting ideas from the Town's residents so that it will move forward and become a park of the future.
The lakefront of this park was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, and it still shows the scars... cement ready to fall in to the sea, pier closed and run down. The town recently received both federal and local money to renovate the park and hopefully they...More
As long as your not interested in the water it's a great place to go for a quiet afternoon at the beach. The water is off putting and the sand is very rocky and not the cleanest. If your there to lay out and relax...More
The north end of the park, taken over from the County several years ago has still not been upgraded. There is a 4 foot drop off to the shore from the walk way that has not been replenished and is fenced off. The south end...More