Laurel Post Office 2168 Main Rd, Laurel, NY11948 Located on Main Road in the hamlet of Laurel, Laurel Post Office is just east of the border between Riverhead and…More Southold townships. Laurel Post Office is a small, full-service post office; post office boxes are available to residents. This building is handicapped-accessible.
Laurel Lake Vineyards 3165 Main Rd, Laurel, NY11948 Laurel Lake Vineyards was founded in 1980 by a group of Chilean and American vintners and friends. Its spacious and…More modern tasting facility with a sweeping view of the vineyard is where visitors can sample the Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Pinot Noir and the popular Riesling. Laurel Lake can also host weddings and other private events.
Laurel Links Country Club 6400 Main Road, Laurel, NY11948 Laurel Links Country Club is a private, family-owned country club and golf course located in the North Fork hamlet of…More Laurel. The course opened in 2002 and was designed around the contours of the natural, rolling landscape. A limited number of houses were built on the golf course over the years. For membership information, call or visit the website.
Laurel Cemetery Aldrich Lane, Laurel, NY11948 The Laurel Cemetery is located 1/8 mile north of Main Road on Aldrich Lane in Laurel across from the ball playing…More fields. From the Main Road, Aldrich Lane can be accessed via Franklinville Street. The Laurel Cemetery dates back to the early 1800s. Laurel Cemetery is well maintained and the terrain has small, rolling hills surrounded by a wooded area. Inquiries may be directed to Town of Southold Historian Antonia Booth at 765-1981.
Laurel Stone Supply 6865 Main Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Laurel Stone Supply is a masonry and hardscape supply yard. Its products include cobblestone, bluestone, estate…More piers, crushed blue stone and Pennsylvania field stone.
Mattituck-Laurel Library 13900 Main Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Mattituck-Laurel Library has provided literature and a community hub for the hamlets of Mattituck and Laurel since 1903.…More A recent expansion has allowed for more space for technology and meeting rooms. The library is active year-round, with book discussion groups, pilates and yoga classes, movie nights and activities for children.
Over 480 acres of land are preserved here just north of Route 25 in Laurel. The lake, a 30-acre freshwater body…More formed by a glacier 10,000 years ago, is over 45 feet deep. It's a popular place for canoeing, kayaking and fishing, with a state-owned fishing access site adjacent to the town preserve. A large picnic pavilion and well-groomed nature trails are also available here. Laurel Lake Park, which is part of the preserve to the west, features an information center, two baseball fields, a playground and more picnic tables.</p>
Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums 18200 Main Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society and Museums is located on the corner of Main Road and Cardinal Drive, just east…More of Maratooka Lane in Mattituck. The Curator and Historian is Norman Wamback, a very personable and knowledgeable tour guide. The site has six historic buildings: the Ira Tuthill House, circa 1841, the Jesse Tuthill House, circa 1799; the "Out-Building" with 19th century farm equipment; the Milk House, circa 1850; Mattituck's first school hosue, circa 1780; and the west Mattituck school house, circa 1845. The Historical Society aims to involve the community in a knowledge of its history and furthers that goal with extensive archives and displays of historical artifacts.