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Deer Park is a village that is part of Suffolk County in the Long Island district of New York City in the United States of America, more precisely is a place designated by the census known by the acronym CDP located in the city of Babylon, just in the northeast corner of that city. According to the data provided and calculated in the 2010 national census, 27,745 people residing in the area constituted the total population of the village at that time.  It is given the number 11729 to serve as its primary postal service code.

The village section of Deer Park encompasses a total land area of 6.2 square miles or 16.0 km2 in total, according to data recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau. The community is surrounded on the north by Dix Hills in the city of Huntington, on the south by the village of North Babylon, on the east by Baywood and Brentwood in the city of Islip, and finally on the west by the Babylonian villages of Wheatley Heights and Wyandanch.

The Deer Park area is no more than a residential hamlet in its entirety established in the Babylon pine forests. From 1610 with the settlement of Jacob Conklin the hills of Half Way Hollow Hills which would later become Wheatley Heights began to rise the village of Deer Park. But in 1853, some eleven years after the Long Island Rail Road arrived in 1842, thanks to Charles Wilson who established a large, productive farm, what we know today as the Deer Park community began to develop.

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