For a long list of historic sites, lush golf courses, and sandy beaches, Long Island is your go-to spot.
Pay a visit to the first lighthouse built in New York, and fourth-oldest active lighthouse in the United States, Montauk Point Light. Come out and see the residence of a former president at Sagamore Hill in Cove Neck. Explore a castle-like estate commemorating the achievements of two of New York’s most famous families of the past couple centuries at the Gould-Guggenheim Estate of Sands Point Preserve.
Test your golf game on a magnificent course with 27 challenging holes at Colonial Springs Golf Club. Enjoy the automatic tee-up for the main course or the miniature golf mountain for the whole family at Heartland Golf Park in Edgewood.
Play one of two first-class courses at Spring Lake Golf Club in Middle Island. Relax with some friends, food, and drinks along Montauk Harbor at Gosman’s Restaurant.
View from Montauk Point Lighthouse
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Explore the former residence of 26th President Theodore Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill in Cove Neck. See the first lighthouse built in New York and first public works project of the independent United States at Montauk Point Light.
There are ample castle-like buildings. Head out to Sands Point Preserve to take a look inside the Hempstead House and Castle Gould. Have some waterside food and drinks at Gosman’s Restaurant in Montauk.
Long Island’s countryside is surrounded by lush golf courses for you to perfect your swing. Play on a beautiful course with a 27-hole layout at Colonial Springs Golf Club in Farmingdale.
Golfers of all ages should check out Heartland Golf Park in Edgewood with an automatic tee-up system and a miniature golf mountain.
Test your skills on either the Thunderbird or Sandpiper at Spring Lake Golf Club in Middle Island.
For the sports fans out there, rest assured Long Island has you covered with tons of sports events and even pro sports too. From the Long Island Ducks (Atlantic League Pro Baseball) and New York Lizards (Major League Lacrosse) to New York Islanders (NHL), you’re sure to catch some sporting action.
Stay active with some sports of your own and go hiking, horseback riding, or bike riding.