Seen on this weeks’ Hamptons Magazine Blog, I give some insight on what my favorite things to do on the North Fork are in this blasting heat!
I’m frequently asked about my favorite things to do on the North Fork, and my answers almost always revolve around the water. Whether you prefer the Great Peconic Bay or the Long Island Sound, you can get to both in minutes. Here’s how I recommend spending the day.
Peconic Water Sports
: Calling all water sport novices, vacationers, and thrill seekers: Peconic Water Sports offers waterskiing, wakeboarding, surfing, and tubing right off the Greenport dock. Contact proprietor and coach Joey Flotteron to learn more. 102 Main St., 609-937-9801
The Giving Room
: With morning, afternoon, and evening classes, you can always find time to reconnect with yourself at this Southold yoga studio, which also features a juice bar. Most notable are instructor Jessica Bellafatto’s stand-up paddleboard yoga classes—a great way to cool off and get a work out. Contact proprietors Paula DiDonato and Judy Teeven to learn more. 56215 Main Road, Southold, 765-6670
Strong’s Water Club & Marina
: Here you can rent a boat for the day and even purchase the vessel if you so please. Not only that, you can enjoy one of Pace’s Dockside’s signature cocktails in their saltwater pool, or grab a tasty bite to eat. 225 Wickham Ave., Mattituck, 298-4739
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