Family Guide to Mount Sinai and Surrounding Areas

Mount Sinai is a quaint little town located on the North Shore of Long Island. Looking for fun things to do with your family in Mount Sinai? We’ve got the inside scoop!

Cedar Beach

Cedar Beach is a gem buried among the private beaches.  In addition to the beautiful beach there is a playground, basketball courts, public restrooms, and a nature path that leads to a nature center.  Be sure to enjoy a meal at the brand new Singleton’s Seafood Shack. There is plenty here to keep the kids entertained for the day.

Harbor Beach Road, Mount Sinai, NY
(631) 473-8346

Heritage Park

Situated on over seventeen acres, Heritage Park is a big hit with the local families.  It features separate playgrounds for children under five and children five and up, and a brand new snack shack. The track is often filled with moms walking and children biking and skating. With its multiple ball fields you can be sure to catch a game. On two nights over the summer they host a Movies in the Moonlight event for families.

83 and 25A in Mount Sinai.
(631) 509-0882

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Newly renovated sports center with 18 hole mini golf, the biggest bounce houses you will ever see, tot sports, and more.

123 RT 25A MT. Sinai, NY 11766
(631) 474-2900

My Mommy and Me

My Mommy and Me puts an all new spin on Mommy and Me. Sign up for a class, join them for a Moms night out, or stop in for free play.

465 New York 25A, Miller Place, NY 11789
(631) 821-1186

Maritime Explorium

Formerly the Childrens Maritime Museum, this is a local family favorite. It features interactive three-dimensional exhibits that change seasonally, an exciting summer camp for children, special family days, and much more.

101 East Broadway, Port Jefferson, NY 11777
(631) 331-3277

By Tara K. Arichabala, guest contributor


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