About East Quogue

East Quogue

Settled in 1686, East Quogue was known as "Fourth Neck" and was a place of solitary farms and quiet salt marshes, creeks and bays until the arrival of the railroad in the late 1800s. East Quogue has acres of farmland and pine forests, as well as beautiful bay and ocean beaches. The vacation potention of the hamlet's beaches and boating facilities give East Quogue a feel of a resort with warm and friendly places to visit.

History is alive in East Quogue. Names such as Halsey, Vail, Carter, Downs, Jackson, and Hallock refer not only to local streets but to the direct descendants of East Quogue's founding families, who are still active in the community on the South Shore of Southampton Township, according to the East Quogue Chamber of Commerce. East Quogue has some unbeatable natural advantages highlighted with a responsive town administration and a caring community, to boost it to the top group of Long Island's best spots.

There are places of worship, quality restaurants and excellent primary schooling attract new resident families to East Quogue each year.

East Quogue Community Resources
East Quogue Chamber of Commerce - 631.728.5555

Quogue Historical Society - 631.996.2404

Town of Southampton - 631.283.6000

East Quogue Elementary School - 631.653.5210

US Post Office - 6 Bay Ave, East Quogue

Quogue Library - 631. 653.4224

East Quogue Fire Department - 631.653.5101

Quogue Police Department - 631.653.4175

Hampton Jitney - 631.283.4600

Hampton Luxury Liner - 631.537.5800