A suburban haven with plenty of parkland, Kings Park is a pleasant place to call home in Smithtown.
Slightly sequestered near Long Island’s North Shore, Kings Park offers plenty of privacy and small-town charm. The housing stock in the hamlet is mainly single-family homes, with a scattering of apartments and condos. Architecture runs the gamut, from colonials and ranches to modern development. A string of tidy public parks break up the residential districts, adding the beauty and tranquility in the area. Commuters enjoy the direct route into Manhattan while growing families and nature lovers appreciate the wealth of parkland and outdoor recreation available throughout the hamlet.
Entertainments and recreation abound in Kings Park. Upscale restaurants and fast casual eateries stand alongside specialty shops and cafes. The tight-knit community promotes engagement and togetherness through a series of events throughout the year, from farmers markets to festivals. Nature plays a huge role in the entertainments available in Kings Park. Sunken Meadow State Park boasts stunning outdoor vistas and sweeping views of the water, while Nissequogue River State Park features acres of undeveloped wetlands.
For gorgeous parkland and a strong community presence, there’s no place like Kings Park.