Babylon Town Hall Park in New York is a picturesque gem on the South Shore of Long Island, tucked away in north Babylon village. It is a 6.25-acre park that offers lovely views of the nearby wetlands, Long Island Sound, and the barrier islands far in the distance. With its majestic trees and lush green grass, this park is the perfect place to spend a leisurely day or an entire weekend. Information can be found here.
The Town Hall Park consists of two sections: an upper level with the Town hall building and its historical gardens and a lower level with the playground area, picnic amenities, and a fishing pier along with a walking/running path. There is also a boat launch with access to the Great South Bay. The upper level of Town Hall Park is home to the historic USS Oregon Memorial site. This section features 16 feathers and a tassel, a 25-foot polished granite obelisk, and a bronze plaque dedicated to the Confederate troops who fell in the Civil War. The effortless views, 19th-century stone house, gardens, and sculptures provide a peaceful, thoughtful atmosphere. On the lower level, you’ll find a beautiful gazebo, several picnic spots, and a playing field. There is also a great fishing pier, perfect for anglers of all levels. The boating access at the edge of the park allows an easy connection to the bay – bring your own boat or rent one at nearby Captree State Park or Freeport Point Marina. See here for information about American Airpower Museum in NY.