The Massapequas

Welcome To The Official Website Of The Massapequas

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A place for everything Massapequa and Massapequa Park; including local weather, news, and more! We have had the pleasure of being born and raised within The Massapequas and created this website with the intent of connecting our beloved community to a versatile online platform.

If you are a Massapequa resident, our goal is for you to be able to make this website your homepage and be confident you know about everything going on in the neighborhood. We proudly support all local Massapequa businesses and restaurants that are a part of our community and have helped shape what it has become today.

Additionally, we would like to say "Thank You" to the Town of Oyster Bay employees who keep our public parks, fields, and facilities in pristine condition.

Go Chiefs!

What are The Massapequas?

Massapequa and Massapequa Park are 2 towns in Nassau County that offer fantastic restaurants, bars, and outdoor experiences. They are known for their historically outstanding school district, sports programs,  and cult classic restaurant “All American Burger”.

 The name “Massapequa” comes from Native American roots. It is derived from either Native American word “Marspeag” or “Mashpeag”, which translates to “Great Waterland.” 

Great Waterland is a fitting name for the towns, as many houses in them are located on waterfront property in addition to being bordered by the Great South Bay on the Southern Front.  For these reasons, locals are able to enjoy outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, and surfing in the summer months.

There are countless great things to say about living here, so we decided to start a blog to talk about all of them! Be on the lookout for a weekly blog post discusses local cuisine, events, community heroes, and more!

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Things To Do in Massapequa

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EAT

Local restaurants offer such several restaurants offering outstanding food from all cultures.

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DRINK

Local bars offer nightlife right around the block for some, and right off the LIRR Babylon Branch for other Long Islanders.

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EXPLORE

The 432 acre The Peter J. Schmitt Preserve offers a scenic getaway from the busy suburbia streets. If the woods aren't your thing, you can always take a dip in bay the summer!

Where are The Massapequas?

Massapequa Map

Zip Code

11758

Population

Massapequa Park Map

Zip Code

11762

Population
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