It’s no surprise from their names, that waterfront activities play a large part in the lifestyle of residents of Oyster Bay and Oyster Bay Cove. Learning to sail at the Oyster Bay WaterFront Center and swimming at the local beaches is a right of passage for those lucky enough to grow up here. One of the hamlet’s most famous residents, Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President, summered in Oyster Bay at his home Sagamore Hill, now a museum. Billy Joel also lived here and has sited the town as an important influence on his music. Oyster Bay’s vibrant downtown area features independent shops and restaurants housed in historic buildings.
The incorporated village of Oyster Bay Cove extends northward to Oyster Bay Harbor and borders Syosset to the south. Heavily wooded, it has a more rural feel, with a mix of traditional and modern homes on larger lots than are typical in Oyster Bay proper. The village has its own beach, while residents also have rights at Town of Oyster Bay beaches, including Tobay Beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
Total Population: 6,160
Number of Students in High School graduating class: 730
2,773 people live in Oyster Bay & Oyster Bay Cove, where the median age is 48.7 and the average individual income is $115,708.65. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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