Long Island Wineries The first commercial vineyard was planted in Cutchogue on the North Fork of Long Island in 1973. Today, there are over 60 licensed producers on Long Island (from North and South Shores and the Hamptons) with more than 40 open to the public for tastings and tours. Some wineries have wine clubs and there are even courses available where you can learn about wine. From our Smithtown Home for Sale only 40 minutes.
If you frequently travel in search of powder days, though snowfall is unpredictable, there are states and resorts in those states that get more snowfall than others. Take a look at this infographic to help you plan your next trip!
The longest railroad in the United States operating under its original name, the Long Island Railroad is also the busiest by a considerable margin. With dozens of stations and multiple lines, it can be a little tricky finding your way to your destination. Before heading out on your next train adventure, be sure to check our LongIsland.com's LIRR page, which features schedules, maps, and live status updates to help your plans stay on track!