The North Fork is comprised of 13 villages which stretch from Riverhead east to its furthesmost point in Orient. Here you can wander through and shop our historic hamlets. Taste locally grown wine and chat with the owners at a vineyard. Sup with new friends you made at a restaurant, or catch your own right from our charter boats or the beaches. Rest in B&B's, motels and hotels. Amidst rolling farm fields or soothing seashore, surf or turf it's your choice. View the night sky from one of Long Island's oldest obervatories. Dance with Indians at a local museum or Ice skate in the park. And on Sunday, maybe just swing in that hammock with your favorite magazine. It's ok with us, so long as it puts a smile on you.
What makes us so attractive? We like to think it's our friendly attitude and the diversity our communities offer. Whether your interests be natural, mercantile, cultural, or recreational. We're also easy to get to whether by car, plane, train, bus or bike (travel link) and are always happy to meet new folk and give you the tour.
This beautiful four-season destination offers something for everyone. Our area's history (circa 1640) leads the way to an unforgettable experience. If but for a day, weekend or month, when and if you leave, we hope to have given you more than enough reason to come back, and stay for an even longer sojourn. Make the "undiscovered North Fork" one of the most exciting things you do this year.
The North Fork Chamber of Commerce urges you to come to Riverhead, Aquebogue, Jamesport, Laurel, Mattituck, Cutchogue, Peconic, Southold, Greenport, East Marion & Orient. It's a relaxing, refreshing and remarkable place to be. You'll be glad you came.