When I heard that Northport is on Long Island, New York, I couldn't help but imagine a city as big as the eye can see, and as beautiful as it can be. Residents and visitors can enjoy stunning sunsets and panoramic views of Connecticut from Hobart Beach, also known as Sand City.
This is a great place to stretch your legs and try some of the most popular fishing spots in Northport, such as Little Neck Point and Winkle Point. In the north there are a number of great spots where you can throw hooks, dive and stay at least 300 meters from the bluff, avoiding the shallows that stretch east to Winkles Point, then take R-8 to Little Neck Point or head to GC-3 to avoid the small swarm in the south.
From Throgs Neck Bridge, take Cross Island Parkway south and then R-8 to Northport Station on Larkfield Road. Take the transfer to Huntington that will take you back to your South Ferry Terminal train stop or take a short ride on the Port Authority Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) bus to Westchester County.
The village of Northport is easily accessible by taking the Hirsch Road to Main Street, then the Northern State Parkway to Exit 42N and then Exit 42 N. The Long Island Rail Road stops at the train station, which is about two miles from the village.
Further east, the entrance to Northport Bay is just a short walk from the station, at the intersection of Main Street and Hirsch Road. If you are one of the lucky ones on the boat, you can head to Northport Village Dock and spend the day in one or many restaurants within walking distance. For a big Bloody Mary it is a real treat to visit Skipper's Pub, and there is also a beach for picnicking along the shore and a few picnic spots.
Northport Farmers' Market is held every Saturday from 9: 00 to 12: 00 on the corner of Main Street and Hirsch Road and offers a variety of local produce, fruit and vegetables and a wide selection of grocers.
Northport Harbor is a park with docks, but on land there is plenty to do and an extremely picturesque and beautiful place to relax and socialize. This is the part of Long Island where you can sit, relax and relax in the sun and stay in one of the most beautiful places on the island.
If you're looking for a secluded, small-town atmosphere as a day trip destination, look no further than the village of Northport. Northports offers a wide variety of cultural and family events that highlight the history, culture, art and culture of Long Island, as well as some of the best restaurants and bars on the island. If you're looking for other great places to do fun things on Long Islanders, check out the tourist attractions of North Port New York, such as the Great Neck Bridge and the East River Bridge.
To the north, at the southernmost tip of Eaton's Neck, is the popular boat beach and swimming spot, where sand mining was carried out from 1925 to 1964. In the east are forests and marshland, in the west the well protected Northport Harbor and in the north the Long Island Sound. The majority of the village consists of a mixture of residential and commercial buildings, as well as a small number of commercial and industrial buildings.
Although originally designated Great Cow Harbour by 17th century English colonists, it was renamed Northport in 1815. Agriculture began in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, after which it became known as the "Great Cow Harbour."
The fine sand from Eaton's Neck is used to make cement, and much of it can be found in the Great Cow Harbour, as well as other parts of Long Island. The area is so protected that no boats have been damaged in any of the last three hurricanes on Long Island, including super storm Sandy.
The Great Cow Harbour, the largest port of its kind in the United States, covers a total of 2.6 million square kilometres and houses more than 2,000 boats and 1,500 boats per day.
The canal is characterized by private and seasonal buoys and leads from the city pier to the shipyard and marina at the southeastern end of the port. On the east side there are several small boat docks near the harbour and on the west side there is a yacht club.
Entering the complex from Huntington Bay, you will see a large number of small boats, many of them small yachts. If you just go in and go in, there is an anchorage that is one of the easiest places to get to if you have to stay for the night. Under the protection of a northwest wind, it has a good view of New York City, the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty.