Life in Long Island and New York

Long Island, New York

Long Island offers an area rich in history, tradition, and culture. From the sandy beaches that surround the north and south shores to the Montauk lighthouse that sits at the tip of the island, Long Island is a diverse community for people of all backgrounds and interests.

The North Shore is known for it’s large mansions, exclusive vacationing, and rich history of its affluent citizens and architecture. The South Shore hosts a ton of entertainment and sports venues to enjoy with friends and family.

Whether you enjoy hiking, bike trails, fishing, golf courses, water parks, historic sites, restaurants, wineries, concerns, or beaches, there’s literally something for everyone.

Fun fact: Long Island is the more populated than the entire country of Jamaica and of Ireland!

New York City, New York

Best yet, Nassau County is located about 30 miles from the beautiful New York City, which offers numerous attractions including world-class museums, breathtaking views from the Empire State Building, Broadway shows, parks, and meals at the world’s best restaurants.

Sports fans will enjoy watching baseball at the Mets or Yankees Stadium, NFL at the MetLife Stadium, or Basketball at the Madison Square Garden.

The city is easily accessible via the Long Island Rail Road, which connects most of Long Island to the City.

Our state – New York

New York is one of the most geographically diverse states in the country revealing beauty and scenery from one end to the other. When in New York, you can venture either downstate or upstate to have an array of options unequaled elsewhere. There are great opportunities for hiking, fishing, boating, kayaking, and all other outdoor and sporting vacations in the Catskill and Adirondack mountains. In addition, the glacial-lake beauty and outstanding wineries of the Finger Lakes make for a great afternoon activity.

Long Island is ideally situated in an area of New York where you can easily make day trips to Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, or even Pennsylvania.

Adirondack Mountains