Shelter Island

Nestled between the North and South Forks (although technically classified as part of the North Fork region) is Shelter Island. A tiny island accessed only by ferry from either Greenport on the North Fork, or North Haven on the South Fork, Shelter Island is known for its natural beauty, hiking, biking, bird-watching and some of the most breathtaking kayaking in Suffolk County. The entire island is approximately 27 square miles.

Although it is small Shelter Island does feature communities with hotels and restaurants to accommodate visitors. And its central location between the forks provides guests the opportunity to easily jump to the South Fork to explore the Hamptons region, or to the North Fork to explore Wine Country. Both ferries on either side of the island accommodate walk-on traffic as well as cars.

Explore the North Fork using our Interactive Suffolk County Map.

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1708 House, The

126 Main Street / Southampton, NY 11968 / 631 287 1708

A beautiful, luxurious historical B&B located in the heart of Southampton Village, 1 mile from the ocean. Various room types - traditional, deluxe, suites and...

1720 William Miller House

75 N Country Rd / Miller Place, 11764 / 631 476 5742

The Original Owner of the land on which the 1720 William Miller House was built was William's grandfather Andrew Miller Sr. Andrew Miller Sr., who was born in...

1770 House, The

143 Main Street / East Hampton, NY 11937 / 631 324 1770

With just six guest rooms and a two-story carriage house, skilled staff personally cater to the needs of each guest for a customized and relaxed stay. Each...

380 Inn

380 Montauk Highway / Wainscott, NY 11975 / 631 527 7000

Motel Open April-Oct. Near beach, cable tv, full kitchen efficiencies, pool, phones, near Hampton Jitney...