Originally known as Old Fields, Greenlawn became known by its current name with the coming of the Long Island Railroad in 1870. The LIRR chose the name Greenlawn for its station, apparently to project an idyllic rural/suburban image with hopes to foster resort travel to the beaches in Centerport. Greenlawn was well known for its pickle production during the 19th century. Pickles are still celebrated annually in Greenlawn with the Pickle Festival which is held by the local Greenlawn-Centerport Historical association at the John Gardiner Farm. Not only does the Pickle Festival offer pickles galore, but fall activities such as train rides, hayrides, a corn maze, potato digging, and seasonal food items such as roasted corn and baked goods.

Another yearly tradition is the Greenlawn Fire Departments Fireman’s Fair. Residents of Dix Hills look forward to this event every Labor Day Weekend! A variety of interesting vendors and typical summer food favorites are sprawled along Broadway! The fair’s reputation is upheld year after year by the family atmosphere and superior selection of goods and prizes to be won through a multitude of games of chance. The grand prize, a brand new automobile, is raffled off on the last night of the fair, traditionally on Labor Day. In addition to the above-mentioned annual events, there is much fun to be had in Greenlawn on a daily basis! For a unique and relaxing dining experience in Greenlawn, wander to Broadway where you will find an array of restaurants such as Ruvo, Old Fields, Grecian Corner Cafe, San Giacomos’ Trattoria, Broadway Pizza and Tres Amigos Mexican Grill.

For those seeking a thrill, head on over to the Greenlawn Skate Park, located on the corner of Broadway and Cuba Hill Road. This park was designed with input from users and accommodates all skill levels from beginner to advanced.

Rollerblades, scooters, skateboards and BMX Bikes are all permitted at the 9,200n square foot park featuring challenges such as grind boxes, wedges, rails, spines, ramps, sub boxes, quarter pipes, and half pipes ranging up to eight feet in height. Lastly, if you enjoy being outside but prefer to have your feet on the ground, Pickle Park might just be the place for you! Not only does the park cater to families, but it is equipped with inclusive equipment so that all children are able to play! This step towards inclusivity is a proud moment for the Greenlawn community and a testament to the family atmosphere the town prides itself on!

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