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- 400+ miles (644+ km) of coastline and 60+ beaches known for large stretches of fine, white sand and boardwalks
- Great for walking, beachcombing, and volleyball
- Jones Beach State Park is one hour from New York City.
- Fire Island National Seashore has diverse plants and animals and a maritime forest.
- Coopers State Beach in Southampton and East Hampton Main Beach were both in the top five on the 2010 America’s Best Beaches list.
Boating/SailingSeveral sailing schools
- Numerous marinas at island communities
- Party boat, yacht, and sloop charters available
- Sailing schools at Port Washington and Sag Harbor
- The Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound (YRALIS) is more than 100 years old and hosts the annual YRALIS Commodores Cup.
- Canoeing and kayaking on the Atlantic Ocean, Peconic Bay, and Great South Bay
- Mild water temperatures are excellent for snorkeling, diving, and personal watercraft.
- Waterskiing is popular. Jones Beach hosted the first annual National Water Ski Championships in 1939.
- Surfing is popular on South Shore, especially at Ditch Plains Beach.
- Excellent scuba diving along the coast of Long Island, which is called “Shipwreck Alley” because of the large number of shipwreck dive sites
Fishing/HuntingShore fishing at Montauk Point
- Atlantic cod, mackerel, bluefish, flounder, blackfish, porgy, fluke, shark, tuna, and striped bass
- Deep-sea fishing, bay fishing, shoreline fishing, inland freshwater fishing
- Montauk Point is often called the “sport fishing capital of the Northeast.”
- 20+ tournaments from June to October
- Bicycling, equestrian, golf destination, tennis
- 120 miles (193 km) long and 20 miles (32 km) wide
- Most populous island in the United States
- The North Fork area of Long Island is a wine growing region.
- The Hamptons have been popular among the wealthy elite and celebrities for the last 100 years.
- Long Island’s North Shore was the setting of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel The Great Gatsby.
- Nearby cities and towns: New York City; Weehawken, NJ; Hoboken, NJ; Jersey City, NJ
|Population||7.6 million (19.1 million in metropolitan area)
|Size||1,401 square miles (3,643 km2)|
|Climate||Like most of the northern East Coast, Long Island and the Hamptons enjoy warm, humid summers and cool, wet winters.|
|Nearby Airports with Hub Connections||John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK): Direct connections include Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Charlotte (CLT), Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Philadelphia (PHL), San Francisco (SFO), San Juan (SJU), Seattle (SEA), Washington, DC (IAD)|