Live the Long Island Lifestyle
  Over 100 miles of white sand beaches, the Hampton's, Fire Island, 100+ golf courses, world class restaurants and shopping, combined with easy access to New York City, make Long Island the ideal place to live, work, and play.
There are so many things to see and do on Long Island that it would take an entire book to list them all. Below are just a few highlights you may find of interest.

History abounds on Long Island

Long Island's history dates back to the 1600's. Pride in preserving this rich heritage is evident in the vast number of museums and historic sites Long Island has to explore.

During the 1800's The North Shore of Long Island was famous for shipbuilding, and whaling. The Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum features New York's only 19th century fully equipped whale boat.

Visit Sagamore Hill, the home of former President Theodore Roosevelt, or experience a historically accurate representation of colonial life on Long Island from inhabitants in period clothing at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration.




A Boater's paradise...

Long Island's unique geographic location provides one of the best atmospheres for boating on the east coast.

The Long Island Sound, with its well protected deep water harbors, is a natural heaven for sailboat enthusiasts. Huge bluffs line the coast of Long Island's North Shore, and are dotted with majestic mansions offering up some spectacular scenery when viewed from the water.

The South Shore of Long Island provides a distinctly different boating atmosphere, with a landscape of tall grasses, and gently rolling dunes, leading to beaches of powdery white sand. Boaters can choose between the shelter of the Great South Bay, or the excitement of the Atlantic Ocean; a sport fisherman's dream.


Professional sports...

Sports enthusiasts will revel in all that Long Island has to offer. NHL Hockey is hosted by the NY Islanders at the Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, while Professional Baseball can be enjoyed in an intimate setting at Citibank Park, home to the Atlantic League's Long Island Ducks.

The USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center is home to the US Open Professional Tennis Championships, and PGA Golf is often hosted at Long Island's famous Bethpage, and Shinnecock courses.

New York is home to some of the world's most famous and successful sport franchises such as the Rangers, Knicks, Mets, Yankees, Jets, and Giants. Long Island's close proximity to Manhattan and New Jersey makes it easy to attend your favorite events.