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Eye Care in Oyster Bay, NY

Long Island Sports Vision Training & Vision Therapy Professionals

gold coast visionAt Gold Coast Optometric Vision Performance, we offer a comprehensive range of eye care services to patients of all ages. Our experienced Oyster Bay, New York, optometrist performs detailed eye exams and vision tests, diagnosis and management of ocular disease, eye emergency care, co-management for LASIK, and more.

We have a particular expertise in vision therapy, neuro-optometric rehabilitation, and sports vision training – we are pleased to have helped many athletes in the area to enhance their sports performance. We provide Individualized eye exams in Oyster Bay, New York, and use the results to design Long Island vision therapy sessions to help resolve problems with functional vision in children and adults, thereby improving learning, playing sports, and general quality of life.

What’s there to see in Oyster Bay, NY?

Oyster Bay, NY, is located at the eastern edge of Nassau County, Long Island, and was named after the plentiful shellfish discovered by a Dutch explorer in 1615. To celebrate its namesake, the Oyster Bay Festival is still held annually and attended by thousands of oyster lovers. Besides shellfish, other famous Oyster Bay residents included Teddy Roosevelt and Billy Joel.

See History

Oyster Bay still has a charming historic character, which you can view by taking a self-guided Oyster Bay History Walk run by the Main Street Association. Interactive maps are available at many local shops, or stop by the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (open on weekends) to pick up an audio wand. You’ll get a chance to appreciate many colonial period homes and intriguing landmark structures.

Natural Beauty

Stroll through nature trails in Bailey Arboretum, a 42-acre estate in Oyster Bay, filled with glorious greenery and blossoming flowers. If that’s not enough land for you to explore, the Muttontown Nature Preserve has over 550 acres of woodlands, fields, and ponds, where you can follow marked trails that are lined by lovely wildflowers, trees, birds, and many friendly critters. The Bethpage State Park is another diverse Long Island outdoor attraction where you can hike, bike, play tennis, enjoy a family picnic, and tee off on five different world-class golf courses.

Eat-in Oyster Bay

To state the obvious, Oyster Bay has a tasty array of oyster bars to try, including Canterbury Ale’s Grill and Oyster Bar – where you can try up to six types of shellfish daily. But there’s more than just seafood available in Long Island. Head to Taby’s Burger House, a family favorite with an ethnic variety of burgers. Or dig into savory Italian dishes at Café Al Dente. Ready for dessert? Any time of day is perfect for a touch of sweetness. When the weather is chilly, a popular Oyster Bay, NY, hotspot is The Chocolate Lady, where they serve chocolate soup and bread for dipping. In the summer, we recommend Bonanza’s for any flavor of Italian ices you desire.