About Cutchogue & Nassau Point

Cutchogue & Nassau Point

Cutchogue, going further east, is a Hamlet sometimes dubbed "the New Nantucket" because of its quaint village Green and wood shingled historic homes. Its Library According to local vineyard owners, Cutchogue has the sunniest days in New York State, its farmland similar to the Bordeaux region of France in geography and climate, surrounded by water. Hence the many vineyards in this Hamlet welcoming visitors year-round, and supplying some of New York's finest restaurants with delicious wines. Fort Corchaug and Downs Preserve is a historic nature preserve - maintained by the Peconic Land Trust - with beautiful ancient and undisturbed estuary ecology.

Prestigious Nassau Point, a peninsula in the Peconic Bay with fabulous Beachfront estates high on a high bluff east and rolling hillside and charming creeks west, is known for its privacy and resident-access only beaches. Nassau Point's Fisherman's beach is among the North Fork's most picturesque Beach House community.

Cutchogue & Nassau Point Community Resources
North Fork Chamber of Commerce - 631.765.3161

Cutchogue Historical Council - 631.734.7122

Cutchogue School District - 631.298.4242

US Post Office - 240 Griffing St, Cutchogue

Cutchogue Library - 631.734.6360

Cutchogue Fire Department - 631.734.6907

Southold Police Department - 631.765.2600