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Did you know that the hamlet of Centereach was first called “West Middle Island”?
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#1 Thing to do: Heatherwood Golf Club
#2 Thing to do: Centereach Drive-In
#3 Thing to do: Mulcahy's of Centereach
Fun Fact: In 1998, the first single-point urban interchange in the New York State was opened in Centereach.
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5 Things You Must Do in Centereach
Centereach is one of the fastest growing villages in New York City. The village is located in Suffolk County in New York. The village of Centereach is closely linked to the village of Lake Grove and houses a fine collection of major tourist destinations of New York City.
#1 Play golf at the H-Smith Richardson Golf Course: This is one of the most well known 18 hole public golf courses. This golf course spreads over an area of 6,600 yards of scenic greens and is located in a hilly region.
#2 Visit the Fairfield Historical Society: This historical society pays tribute to the small village. The library at the historical society has well maintained letters, manuscripts, and other documents of Fairfield's historical past. The museum at the society also features various historical works of art including grandfather clocks, paintings, and rocking chairs.
#3 Visit the Bird Craft Museum: The museum is an extension of the Audubon Society. The museum offers a number of learning centers related to the history of the village. The museum also features an adjacent songbird sanctuary. The sanctuary is a house for nearly 120 species of birds.
#4 Visit Captain's Cove: The 350 boat marina, Captain's Cove seaport, is also among the major tourist destinations of the village. The restaurant and bar feature dancing, karaoke, and various special events.
#5 A Hip Hop Look at New York: This is an exciting tour that is full of music and parties where you can be among the famous music stars of New York City. This hip-hop tour is appropriate for all age groups who want to know about the culture and foundation of New York City.