A large hamlet with plenty of scenic, undeveloped wildlands, Manorville offers residents a bit of privacy in lively Long Island.
The northeastern portion of Manorville dips into the Long Island Central Pine Barrens, a heavily wooded parcel of protected forests and wetlands along the Peconic River. The housing stock in Manorville is diverse, from sprawling farms to historic single-family homes. The hamlet is revered for its secluded neighborhoods, something characterized by the many pockets of wooded areas that dot the landscape.
Manorville is known more for parks and recreation than nightlife or shopping, which is just how the residents like it. A few shopping strips and fast casual eateries make up the bulk of the hamlet’s commercial offerings. Those looking for more options have convenient access to nearby town centers and shopping outlets. Check out Manorville Hills County Park for beautiful hiking trails, or stop by the Long Island Game Farm Wildlife Park and Children’s Zoo to get up close with animals and take in the area’s natural beauty. With the Hamptons close by, beautiful beaches and vacation spots are wealth within reach for locals.