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One after another, the famous hamlets of the Hamptons spread out along the South Fork. Each sparkling village has its own special charm - and its own unique mix of movie stars, business tycoons, baymen, farmers, artists and writers. Surrounding them is the rural beauty of rich farmlands and fragrant pine woods. Along the shore, mile after mile of pristine beaches stretch out to Montauk at the Island's end. Here a deep-water port, world class fishing and the oldest lighthouse in the state attract many visitors. Camping is fun for the whole family and is abundant....

Long Island's North Shore

Quaint villages are framed by snug harbors on Long Island's scenic North Shore. You'll come upon the stately summer home of Teddy Roosevelt. Opulent mansions are set along the Island's famous Gold Coast, the place that American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald memorialized the lifestyle of a time long ago in his book, The Great Gatsby. If you enjoy shopping, then the "Miracle Mile" that Billy Joel sang about is a row of upscale retail shops called the Americana Manhasset. This once fishing village changed long ago by Dutch settlers who began building homes and using the surrounding area for farming and grazing.

Long Island's Central Suffolk

Spanning the Long Island from North Shore to South Shore, Central Suffolk is a special blend of tranquility and exciting family activities. The 100,000-acre Pine Barrens spreads before you with its primeval beauty, calming rivers invite you to take a riverboat cruise or going kayaking. Golfing, backpacking by day; clubing, dancing by night are some of the many activities Long Islander's enjoy and invite you to do the same. Visit the many fine museums to further broaden your mind.

Long Island's North Fork

The North fork draws thousands of visitors each year for wine tastings, harvest pickings, antiquing, and festivals.The farming and maritime traditions still continue started by the early settlers more than 360 years ago. A vast land of equisite beauty, the North Fork strecthes 28 miles of fertile soil and is surrounded by water on three sides for fishing, and boating. Most of the county's farms and vineyards are located on the North Fork. Where potato farms once were are now occupied by an abundant array of vineyards and more than 20 wineries. Along the countryside you can bring home with you some of the regions most tastey fruits, vegetables, home-made pies, breads, jams and jellies.

Long Island's South Fork

One after another, the famous hamlets of the Hamptons spread out along the South Fork. Each sparkling village has its own special charm - and its own unique mix of movie stars, business tycoons, baymen, farmers, artists and writers. Surrounding them is the rural beauty of rich farmlands and fragrant pine woods. Along the shore, mile after mile of pristine beaches stretch out to Montauk at the Island's end. Here a deep-water port, world class fishing and the oldest lighthouse in the state attract many visitors. Camping is fun for the whole family and is abundant.

Long Island's South Shore

The shell-white sands of Long Beach, Jones Beach and Fire Island stretch endlessly along the South Shore. They invite leisurely strolls and invigorating swims in the cascading Atlantic surf. Jet skiing, sailing, boardwalk jogging, deep sea fishing and challenging golf are just a few of the sporting activities you can enjoy here by day. Come to where you can see entertainers and musicians from the Westbury Music Fair, to the Tommy Hilfiger Theatre at Jones Beach, to the Nassau Coliseum perform. Fine restaurants satisfy your every taste as you relax and enjoy the calming sunset.