Commack is an unincorporated area of Long Island with a population of 36,400 (2010). The area does not have a main street. From its earliest days, Commack was known for its fertile soil, abundance of game, and wood. Today all of Commack is settled and suburbanized. The community is served by four major thoroughfares. Five miles to the north of Commack is Sunken Meadow State Park, this is open all year round, it has three miles of beaches, a boardwalk, six miles of trails and a golf course. It is also part of the 31-mile (50 km) Long Island Greenbelt Trail connects Sunken Meadow State Park with Heckscher State Park.