Cedar Creek Park has been part of the Nassau County Park system since 1975. The park features several athletic…More facilities including eight tennis courts, two basketball courts, two softball fields, four soccer fields, multi-purpose fields used for football and lacrosse and a regulation-sized archery range. There are two paths that can be used for jogging, walking or bicycling. There is also a large playground that has won awards from the Long Island Press and News 12 Long Island for being the best in the area.
Other park amenities include picnic tables, a roller rink and sled hills. Cedar Creek Park also offers a dog run with separate areas for big and small pets, an aerodrome field designed for radio-controlled airplanes and a tether-car race track.
A-1 Herbs & Vitamins 3274 Merrick Rd, Wantagh, NY11793 A quaint, independent vitamin shop located between Cedar Creek Park and the Wantagh Parkway on Merrick Road, A-1 Herbs…More & Vitamins offers more than your average vitamin shop. With experienced staff and owners who have been in business for 11 years, this store provides personalized services and specialized supplements to meet your health needs. Private consultations are available as well as a range of holistic food and a juice and smoothie bar. Be sure to check out their natural ices and gluten-free pizza.
The Wantagh-Seaford Police Activity League (PAL) is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide children with…More a safe environment to have fun, build relationships and learn sports. A division of the Nassau County PAL, the organization is always looking for volunteers.
The organization offers soccer, basketball, girls fastpitch softball and bowling. Offices are located next to parking field #5, inside Cedar Creek Park. The president of Wantagh-Seaford PAL is Bob Kennish, and the Nassau County Police officer serving the unit is Gary Boulanger.