Lloyd Neck is unique in that it is a peninsula, with views of Lloyd Harbor, the Long Island Sound and Huntington Harbor. Lloyd Neck and the causeway that connects it to the main land are part of Lloyd Harbor Village which includes rights to the private police and more. When traveling across the causeway be prepared for picturesque views especially at sunset.
photo courtesy of Elena M. D'Agostino of Caumsett State Park
Caumsett State Park is a major attraction on Lloyd Neck, with trails for hiking, horseback riding, biking and walking, beaches, fishing and scuba diving. If you are a nature lover, there are numerous spots to seek out wildlife such as Target Rock National Wildlife Refuge, where you’ll find excellent bird-watching and fishing. You can even learn wilderness survival.
photo courtesy of Elena M. D'Agostino of Fiddler's Green Beach
Many of the neighborhoods on Lloyd Neck have their own private road associations (dues required) with beach and mooring rights, and some even have docks and lifeguards. Lloyd Neck homeowners also have use of Lloyd Harbor Village Beach which includes tennis, playground, lifeguards and a summer camp.
The schools are excellent -- Lloyd Harbor and Lloyd Neck are entirely within the Cold Spring Harbor school district and all children attend Goosehill Elementary for kindergarten and first grade, Lloyd Harbor Elementary School for 2nd thru 6th grade, and Cold Spring Harbor junior and senior high school for grades 7-12.