Long Island Game Farm

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Long Island Game Farm
LI Game Farm Sign; Looking North.jpg
Sign for the Long Island Game Farm off of Chapman's Boulevard; June 25, 2016.
LocationManorville, New York, United States
Coordinates40°50′54″N 72°47′20″W / 40.84833°N 72.78889°W / 40.84833; -72.78889Coordinates: 40°50′54″N 72°47′20″W / 40.84833°N 72.78889°W / 40.84833; -72.78889
Land area29 acres (12 ha)

The Long Island Game Farm, situated on Chapman Boulevard in Manorville, New York, was established in 1970 by Stanley Novak.

Stanley Novak, his wife Diane and daughters Melinda and Susan built the zoo on 29 acres (12 ha).

Today the Game Farm is home to over 200 animals. For many people, visiting the game farm is a yearly tradition. The Long Island Game Farm is one of the oldest and most well-known establishments in Manorville, and has been one of the town's major landmarks since its opening. 2019 will mark its 50th season as the largest combined children’s zoo and wildlife park on Long Island.

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