Huntington’s Department of Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of recreational programs throughout the year for all ages, providing approximately 100 different leisure activities that range from sailing to ice-skating. The town operates numerous docks, boat ramps, seventy-two parks, eight beaches, three marinas, one eighteen- hole golf course, an Olympic size ice rink, a fifty-meter swimming pool and a rifle range. For use of beach and boat ramp facilities, town residents with identification may obtain a parking sticker for nominal fee.
In addition to the wealth of recreational facilities offered by the town, some villages and residential communities maintain their own beaches and parks for use by its residents,
State parks within Huntington and adjacent to the township expand even wider the variety of recreational facilities available. Sunken meadow state park to the east contains 1266 acres and offers a magnificent gold course and boardwalk that runs along a picturesque beach. Caumsett Park, a former estate of Marshall Field, situated on Lloyd Neck offers by reservation, guided tours, nature trails, and bridle paths. Bethpage State Park, southwest of Huntington, offers several championship golf courses, a driving range and clubhouse facilities.
Numerous private golf, country and yacht clubs are available as well.