Bethpage State Park, Farmingdale

#22 of 25 in Nature in Long Island
State Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
Bethpage State Park is a 1,477-acre (5.98 km2) New York state park on the border of Nassau County and Suffolk County on Long Island. The park contains tennis courts, picnic and recreational areas and a polo field, but is best known for its five golf courses, including the Bethpage Black Course, which hosted the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Open Golf Championships and the 2019 PGA Championship.

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  • The staff at the pro shop are amazing, bought a lot of neat souvenirs. So nice that anyone can golf there and play on professional courses.  more »
  • Best Golf in New York ,great food accomidations at club house ,5 of the best courses from the black course whih held the US OPENS and the PGA and upcoming Ryder Cup a must to Visit  more »
  • Very beautiful and quite. The best place for barbecue and picnic. Its little bit small then the other park. I enjoyed with my family. Have fun .😁👍
  • A great place. Went to see a band on Wednesday nite they really SUCK. I mean bad they took breaks that last forever. I forgot their name in a Way that's good. The DJ was better then thank horrid rock in roll band. The crowd was cool an older gathering. People just having a good time on a nice summer evening.

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