Looking for something to do on the North Fork this weekend? Northforker has you covered.
The North Fork’s best downtown is undoubtedly in historic Greenport Village.
Incorporated in 1838, Greenport boasts the area’s only deepwater harbor. Along with a rich maritime history, the small community prides itself on being a gathering place for talented local chefs, farmers, artists and crafters. (more…)
Harbes Family Farm in Mattituck is always looking to add new attractions.
The farm features everything from hayrides to pony rides to pig races. And if not for the headline above, you’d never guess what the farm’s latest attraction is: a goat bridge. (more…)
To trace the roots of Southold’s Horton Point Lighthouse, one must go back decades before the beacon was first illuminated in the mid-19th century.
In fact, it was none other than our nation’s future first president, George Washington, who recommended the establishment of a lighthouse at Horton Point — way back in 1756. (more…)
Think of it as a bucket list you have a month to complete. Only we promise, you’ll still be alive at the end of it.
Or maybe you’d prefer to view it as a 30-day scavenger hunt with no one keeping score.
However you want to approach it, we figured that as we enter our fourth year as a guide to the North Fork we’d try something new this month, recommending an activity for each day of June. (more…)
Over the next few months, city dwellers will be looking to make the great escape from Manhattan to the East End, spending long weekends in the seemingly far off land of the North Fork.
If you dream of sipping local wine at one of the many vineyards, taking lazy afternoon dips in the Long Island Sound, and dining at one of many fabulous restaurants just steps away from the beach in all directions, here’s how to get from concrete to sand this summer.