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Avon Manor Pond, Amityville

Fishing Information

Avon Manor Pond is a small spoon-shaped pond located in a quiet residential neighborhood of Amityville. The surrounding park is neatly landscaped with lawn and shade trees. Carp may be caught year round. A springtime trout fishery is maintained with rainbow trout from DEC hatcheries.

With its manicured surroundings, Avon Manor Pond will not appeal to anglers seeking to escape suburbia. However, its lack of shoreline obstructions makes it friendly to children and newcomers to the art of angling.

Physical Features:

Area: 3 acres
Maximum depth: 18 feet

Species Present (naturally reproducing):


Species Present (stocked):

Rainbow trout.

Fishing Regulations:

Suffolk County special fishing regulations exist.

Public Access:

Town of Babylon, Shoreline Access

Directions: Avon Manor Pond lies just north of Montauk Highway (27A) and east of Broadway Avenue in the village of Amityville. It is next to Amityville High School.

Restrictions: Boats are prohibited. However, complete shoreline access is available.

Health Advisories:

No specific advisory.