|Red Creek Park in the town of Southampton is an extensive sports park with baseball fields, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, a skate park and two playgrounds.|
|Adventureland, on Route 110 in Farmingdale, is the last of Long Island's large amusement parks. With rides for small kids and large, indoor and outdoor spaces and well-manicured grounds, there are good reasons why it has survived.|
|Lido Beach is the town of Hempstead's huge waterfront complex in Long Beach. There is an ocean beach, tennis, shuffleboard, softball fields, pools and a great playground.|
|The New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona Park is a fun and educational road trip that will appeal to kids of many ages.|
|The Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City is a great place for kids to explore the history of flight and air travel with a special eye towards Long Island's contributions to aerospace. With a combination of historic displays and hands-on activities, there's plenty to do for children of all ages.|
|The Tanglewood Nature Preserve in Rockville Centre is the home of the Center for Science Teaching and Learning, featuring many live animal displays and a nature walk around the pond.|
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