Approached by a winding road and clustered around its namesake harbor, Cold Spring Harbor’s “picture perfect” Main Street is lined with local restaurants serving scrumptious fare, interesting shops, and historic homes. The downtown area extends to the waterfront with Billy Joel Park & Boat Ramp, a magnet for kayakers and boaters, as well as Cold Spring Harbor State Park, a haven for hikers who appreciate the challenging terrain and stunning views. The town is also home to the Fish Hatchery and Aquarium Educational Center, The Whaling Museum & Education Center which tells the story of the area's whaling heritage, and the renowned Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, a non-profit institution boasting eight Nobel prize winners with a mission dedicated to contemporary biomedical research in fields ranging from plant biology to the fight against cancer.
Total Population: 2,864
Number of Students in High School graduating class: 794
Approximate Distance to Manhattan: 27 miles
5,051 people live in Cold Spring Harbor, where the median age is 46.9 and the average individual income is $79,668.63. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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