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Long Island Aquarium
Based on the Lost City of Atlantis theme, Long Island Aquarium boasts more than 80 exhibits, many hands-on. Shark tank, penguin encounter, live coral reef, stingray petting, octopus tanks, seal and sea lion show, rainforest display, fish displays, environmental boat tours, observation tower, café and special events. Also features an interactive butterfly and bird experience....
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This year Strong’s Marine is celebrating its 75th anniversary of their family business with four generations on the water. With seven locations across Long Island, Strong’s Marine is the authorized dealer of Cobalt, Pursuit, Regal & Grady-White* boats, and Sunseeker and Cruisers Yachts. Strong’s Marine offers sales, brokerage, service, rentals, and dockage with three marinas on the North...
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The Little Red Barn
A private farm where kids can enjoy themselves and get outside! At the Little Red Barn, summer camps are filled with learning, fun and a little adventure. Children learn about, care for and spend time with the ponies, horses, miniature horses, baby lambs, kid goats, miniature donkey, baby bunnies and a baby pig!
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Peconic Star Express
No one gets you fishing faster! The Peconic Star Express is an all- day open boat sailing from the Railroad Dock at the foot of Third Street in Greenport. Fully equipped with the latest safety and communication gear, fish finders, sonar, radar. They have a huge sundeck and plenty of personal comforts and conveniences.
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Open outdoor dining and cocktail lounge. American Beech is a modern American restaurant inspired by the farming, fishing and viticulture industries of the North Fork and the eclectic cultures and cuisines of the surrounding regions. The menu showcases market-fresh and local ingredients of the highest quality designed to be an everyday neighborhood restaurant with something...
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Island’s End Golf & Country Club
Semiprivate, 18-hole, par 72 course. An 18 hole championship golf course, open to the public. Memberships available. Grass tee driving range. Just minutes from downtown Greenport. Enjoyable for both novice and skilled players.
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The Old House
Considered the oldest English-style medieval house in the state, this Cutchogue structure is believed to have been built around 1649. In 1962, it was designated a National Historic Landmark. The Old House’s hewn oak posts and beams, paneled partitions and a fluted chimney make it one of the finest surviving examples of 17th century architecture...
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Each week, we will be spotlighting a different farm stand on the North Fork as more open up. Sep’s Farm is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, with the hope of opening on Sundays as well through May. As more of the harvest becomes available, the hours will expand through June. Follow them on Facebook for updates. Currently...
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Orient Point Lighthouse
Orient Point Lighthouse was built in 1899 to guide mariners through the riptides and strong currents in Plum Gut. The circular cast-iron and brick-lined structure, dubbed “The Coffee Pot,” was scheduled to be torn down in 1970 but was saved by the public. Today, it is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Aqua by American Beech
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Norman E. Klipp Park (Gull Pond)
Parking permit required at the end of Manhanset Avenue, Greenport, on the bay overlooking Shelter Island. Playground and lifeguards in season. Boat-launching ramp, parking by town permit only.
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The Lenz Winery
Whether you choose to enjoy a tasting in the courtyard on a warm summer day or an intimate and cozy tasting in the historic tasting room, the highly trained staff at this Peconic winery provides visitors with a memorable experience. Lenz, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary and is one of the founding vineyards on...
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Wildwood State Park
Six hundred acres of hardwood forest running to a bluff overlooking Long Island Sound. Swimming beach, camping April-Columbus Day, cross-country skiing, fishing, nature trail, recreation programs, biking, playground, hiking, picnic tables, showers, some handicapped accessibility. Open year round. No pets.
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New York State Bicycle Route 25
The route, which connects to the EPCAL bike path, runs from Smithtown east to Orient Point. The route diverges off Route 25 in parts of Riverhead and Aquebogue and also connects with Route 48 in Southold Town.
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An inviting, efficient and well-stocked facility offering an online catalog, public access computers, high-speed Internet access and a wide variety of other services and resources