My Trip to Hoyt Farm and Preserve – Our Newsday Experience

By Scott Weisbrot

A photo captured by Scott of the changing leaves on a tree. The tree's leaves are changing from green to a bright red. Neraby, you can see a parking lot with a variety of different trucks. In the foreground, you can see a field covered in bright red, orange, and brown leaves.
The falling leaves of a colorful tree

Recently, I went with a group of friend on a trip to Hoyt Farm and Preserve in Commack, NY. Hoyt Farm is a preserve in the town of Smithtown, which is a nice place with cool parks and beautiful nature. If you go in the fall, it’s a great place to find the leaves changing color and walk pass through the animal farm. There’s lots of cool stops among the trails. There was also a garden gnomes village in one of the trees. We checked out the empty barns with different paths of bushes. We discovered the Hoyt Farm playhouse, which looked like an empty wooden house. Afterwards, we toured around the preserve. In total, it was a half a mile walk.

Here’s a map of Hoyt Farm in Commack, NY:

A map of Hoyt Farm and Preserve in Commack NY - in black and white.
A map of Hoyt Farm in Commack NY

You can check out all the photos I took on my trip to Hoyt Farm below:


Edited by avanicole23

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