Outdoor recreation meets a tight-knit community in scenic Franklin Square.
There’s plenty of places to plant roots in this lively suburban hamlet. A collection of beautiful single-family homes sits along quiet, tree-lined streets. The housing stock in Franklin Square ranges from Capes and Colonials to more modern construction. Well-kept lawns and houses are fixtures in the area, a nod to the friendly and active community that calls the hamlet home.
Residents have everything at their fingertips in Franklin Square. Shopping strips along the Hempstead Turnpike offer easy access to markets, restaurants, and shops. Roosevelt Field, one of the largest malls in Long Island, is just a short trip away. A patchwork of public parks breaks up the densely packed residential districts, giving locals places to swim, hike, bike, and relax. Rath Park features a playground, open pool, and tennis courts, while beaches like Jones Beach State Park offer the perfect backdrop to a day trip along the shore.