About Quiogue


The hamlet of Quiogue, an unincorporated area located in the Town of Southampton. The hamlet lies between the incorporated villages of Quogue and Westhampton Beach and is bounded in the south by Quantuck Bay. Three hundred and fifty years ago, Native Americans inhabited the area now called Quiogue. They named this area Quiogue, meaning "Little Quogue."

Warm summers and the close proximity to the ocean beaches and bays contributed to the growth of Quiogue into a charming summer community. Eastern Long Island became the destination for New Yorkers seeking refuge from the City. The area quickly caught on as a summer destination for the affluent of New York City.

Despite the years, many of the homes built by the first summer residents have remained with the original families. Descendants of many of these first families can still be found walking down Quiogue's quiet lanes on summer days. Newcomers have come to Quiogue and built houses of their own and have been assimilated quietly into the population. Despite the changes and the increased population, Quiogue retains the "small town" flavor that attracted the original settlers of this summer colony.

Quiogue Community Resources
WHB Chamber of Commerce - 631.288.3337

Westhampton Historical Society - 631.288.1139

Westhampton Beach UFSD - 631.288.3800

US Post Office - 408 Mill Road, Westhampton

Westhampton Library - 631.288.3335

Westhampton Beach Fire Dep. - 631.288.1255

Westhampton Police Department - 631.288.3444

Hampton Jitney - 631.283.4600

Hampton Luxury Liner - 631.537.5800