Long Island, New York

150 miles long and 25 miles across at it's widest point,Long Island is the largest island in the South Eastern NY Island Chain and, it has more beach than Florida! The jagged coastline and multiple islands account for miles and miles of natural sand beaches.

Long Island's proximity to New York City is critical, but our identity is far removed from the streets of Manhattan.

The North Shore

On the glorious Long Island Sound, the Boardwalk at Sunken Meadow Park is 1.50 miles long and a favorite spot for runners and joggers in late afternoon and early morning.

Winding it's way through the park, a creek begins in a lake and ends in the Sound.

The South Shore

Captree State Park is located just North of Fire Island an Atlantic Ocean barrier island, on Captree Island. The Boat basin is home for many charter fishing boats and party boats.

Fire Island National Seashore

...is a favorite vacation spot for people from all over the world.

The boardwalk from the beach leads to the Fire Island Lighthouse along an unspoiled path populated with miniature white tail deer
and a huge variety of other wildlife.

Wintersun on the Mighty Blue Atlantic. Long Island Beaches are PRISTINE! Spring time Sandpipers skim the waves in search of food.

Robert Moses Beach, at Fire Island National Seashore is a garnet sand natural beach strewn with heather and wild beach plum. The largest herd of miniature white tail deer in NY state live on Fire Island. Because of the fragile eco system, all flora and fauna are dwarved,resulting in the tiny deer and a miniature pine forest.

East End North Fork

Sunsets on the North Shore are unparalleled. This is Wine Country, Mattituck.

East End South Fork

The Hamptons range from rustic to chic--this is Shinnecock inlet--The Causeway to Dune Road in Hampton Bays