About New Suffolk & Peconic

New Suffolk & Peconic

The charming Peconic Hamlet shopping center on Peconic Avenue still houses the small Post Office from which Albert Einstein - a frequent North Fork visitor who summered in Peconic- mailed his now famous Manhattan Project letter of August 9, 1939 to President Roosevelt.

Peconic's Indian Neck Lane is one of the North Fork's most well known Peconic Bay-front neighborhoods, with alternating summer homes and large estates. On the Sound side, alongside beautiful Goldsmith Inlet you will find a colony of smaller summer homes alongside sandy Sound-front beaches - one of the few areas along the Sound where beaches are level with the land surrounding, without the typical Sound front high bluffs.

New Suffolk & Peconic Community Resources

Southold Town Rec. Center 631-765-5182

Peconic Postal Service 800-275-8777

North Fork Animal Welfare League 631-765-1811

Southold Town Police Department 631-765-2600