Cutter Mill Park [Great Neck Rd.,
829-5428] has restrooms, an aqua park,
playground equipment, basketball courts
and picnic tables.
Jonathan L. Ielpi Firefighters’ Park [Grace Ave.,
829-2691] has restrooms, picnic areas,
a children's playground, an enclosed area
for small children, an aqua park and a
gazebo. On Tuesday summer evenings there
are live performances.
Lakeville Park [Pembroke Ave.,
482-9502] has restrooms, basketball courts,
a playground and an aqua park.
Ravine Park, Ravine Rd., faces
Manhasset Bay, has tall trees, benches,
a playground and a small gazebo.
Upland Park, Bates & Soundview,
provides basketball and handball courts,
a children's playground, shade trees,
benches and a child-sized train.
Wyngate Park, Wyngate & Shoreward,
has two play areas and basketball courts.
Thomaston Park, Susquehanna Ave.,
has sitting areas, basketball courts,
horseshoe pits, checker/chess tables,
a playground and a gazebo.
Manor Park [Cumberland Ave., 482-9264]
has restrooms, a playground, an aqua park
There are three passive parks within the
Great Neck Park District. These parks
don't have recreational facilities but
are quiet, natural, wildlife preserves
for reflection and strolling. The passive
parks are Creek Park (Daniel Jay
Berg Memorial) on Great Neck Road; Wooleys
Lane Park on Wooleys Lane; Udalls
Pond Park and the Woodland Preserve
on Beach Road.