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Lloyd Harbor

Lloyd Harbor


Spacious by the standards of Long Island villages, Lloyd Harbor occupies a peninsula jutting northward into Long Island Sound. It is divided into two parts: West Neck -- the name of the road that provides access to much of Lloyd Harbor -- and Lloyd Neck. In all, it has about 20 miles of shoreline along Cold Spring Harbor, Lloyd Harbor, Huntington Harbor, Huntington Bay and Long Island Sound. Lloyd Harbor is one of the four villages located in Huntington.

West Neck begins a five-minute drive from the center of the hamlet of Huntington, a vital downtown village of shops, stores, restaurants and boutiques.  

The two-lane main village thoroughfare, West Neck Road, leads northward from Huntington hamlet past the Lloyd Harbor village police station over the causeway to Lloyd Neck.

Lloyd Neck was once called Horse Head because of its distinctive shape, is more remote, home to an eclectic mix of old world estates, contemporary homes and newer builds each on a minimum of two acres of mature wooded wonder.  There are over five associations on Lloyd Neck each offer beaching access, social calendars and mooring rights.

The causeway that leads to Lloyd Neck becomes Lloyd Harbor Road and skirts the narrow body of water with the same name. Connecting roads throughout the village are private and maintained by residents.  With large, public open spaces, the village escapes being exclusionary.  Caumsett State Park, a 1,500-acre former English manor-style estate that takes up the center portion of Lloyd Neck, offers hiking, biking, bridle paths, bird watching, cross-country skiing and scenic views.

Once part of 1,750 acres that Marshall Field III purchased in 1921, the parkland was acquired by the state in 1961 from Mr. Field's widow.







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