The grounds total more than 80 acres (32.4 ha), and there are even some areas for those who enjoy the outdoors.
There are many historic locations in Oyster Bay that can be explored, so what better way to do it than by taking a walking tour?
It is a state park that was established in 1915 and spans more than 400 acres (162 ha). It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The Townsend family, one of Oyster Bay's first families, lived there.
Thanks to its marina, kayak ramps, and boat launching ramps, this park is also a well-liked spot for boating and kayaking.
Visit Oyster Bay Brewing Company for a distinctive beer experience.
This walk is enjoyable for hikers of all skill levels.