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Overview of Deer Park

The village of Deer Park, N.Y., is situated on Long Island in Suffolk County. It has a population of approximately 27,700, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. It is conveniently located off of Interstate 495 and close to several bays. People looking for Deer Park apartments for rent will find a tight-knit town.

Living in Deer Park, NY

The area was formed when massive glaciers melted and left glacial moraines of rocks and deposits that shaped the island. It was first inhabited by members of the Algonquian Native American tribe, and colonists arrived to the island in the mid-1600s. The fertile land and close proximity to water sources made it a flourishing area, as it still is today. Deer Park and neighboring towns continue to grow as New York City suburbs.

Deer Park offers the Deer Park Public Library and many eating and shopping opportunities at Tanger Outlets. People with apartments in Deer Park also have access to the many amenities in the surrounding cities. They enjoy three area hospitals within 10 miles and several institutes of higher education, including Farmingdale State College and Stony Brook University.

Deer Park Attractions and Special Events

The Suffolk County Historical Society offers year-round events for community members to connect to their past. These include holiday parties, shows featuring carvings by Long Island craftsmen and traveling, historical exhibits.

Nature lovers enjoy the Oak Brush Plains State Preserve at Edgewood, a park stretching out over 813 acres and is located on the edge of Deer Park. It is home to a very unusual sight in New York, pitch pine-scrub oak barrens. These plants only grow in six other places in the state, and visitors can walk or bike trails to see them and many animal species. 

Residents travel to nearby cities to enjoy cultural events at venues such as Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Islip Art Museum and Heckscher Museum of Art. When they want the feel of a larger city, they can travel to New York to take in all the Big Apple has to offer.

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