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Shelter Island, NY

Shelter from the Storm

Things To Do: Outdoor Spaces

Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge

The refuge is a 187-acre peninsula jutting into Noyack and Little Peconic bays. There are sandy and rocky beaches and wooded bluffs overlooking the bays. Saltwater fishing from shore is permitted. Nesting platforms and boxes have been built for birds, including threatened or endangered species such as piping plover, least tern and roseate tern. more...

Greenport Skate Park

To pay back the kids after a quiet Shelter Island nature walk, get on the North Ferry for the short ride to Greenport's Skate Park. The park challenges skateboarders, in-line skaters and bicyclists with a street course, a 40-feet-wide and 12-feet-high vertical ramp. Helmets and pads are required. more...

Sag Harbor

The former whaling port during the 18th and 19th centuries is now a tourist village with unique shops and the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum. more...

The Hamptons

New York City's vacation playground offers fabulous ocean and bay beaches, great fishing and fine restaurants. From Westhampton to East Hampton, you'll also be hit with high prices, crowded public beaches on summer weekends and limited short-term lodging (lodging in Hampton Bays may be the least expensive). The beauty of the Hamptons can be most appreciated when it's least congested: on weekdays, in May before Memorial Day or after Labor Day. Go to Southampton for fine shopping. more...

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Kiawah Island Golf Resort

IMEX 2018