New Suffolk Beach Jackson Street, New Suffolk, NY11956 New Suffolk Beach is located at the end of Jackson Street in New Suffolk, with frontage on Peconic Bay. Lifeguards…More and beach attendants are on duty daily during the summer. A boat launch and parking facilities can be used with a Southold town permit only.
New Suffolk Waterfront Fund 650 1st St, New Suffolk, NY11956 The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving New Suffolk’s waterfront. It…More also sponsors a variety of community events.
New Suffolk Elementary School 1295 4th St, New Suffolk, NY11956 This historic three-room elementary school is one of the smallest in the state of New York, but a projected enrollment…More of 23 students for 2010 - 11 is one of the largest for New Suffolk School in many years. Pre-school students through sixth-graders have gotten a unique and quality education here since 1907.
New Suffolk Shipyard 6775 New Suffolk Rd, New Suffolk, NY11956 With 190 slips between two locations (one on the west side of Cutchogue Harbor and one on School House Creek in New…More Suffolk), New Suffolk Shipyard is one of the oldest full-service marinas on the North Fork. Services include docking , mooring, fuel, a ship store, repair, sales and winterizing. Both locations are off the beaten path, with a quiet residential neighborhood surrounding the Cutchogus docks, and the charming beaches and downtown area of New Suffolk surrounding the School House Creek docks. New Suffolk Shipyard hosts boat races every Wednesday during the summer, as well as larger annual races. Seasonal rates at both facilities start at $600.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council 27320 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 The Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Society is a non-profit organization that owns and maintains the Old Burying Ground…More and the historic structures — one of which was originally built by European settlers in 1649 — located in the hamlet's Village Green. The group is run in large part by volunteers and is chartered by the New York State Educational Department Board of Regents as an educational institution. Staff members give tours of the historic structures and help coordinate seasonal activities including month-long Christmas festivities in December.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library 27550 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Half of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library was once an Independent Congregational Church. The building was built in…More 1862 by a group of people who had parted ways with the nearby Presbyterian church. That building was refurbished for use as a library in 1914 and opened for business in 1917. The library expanded in the 1980s and has continued to be a major community center, with high-speed Internet access, a local history room and lots of activities for kids.