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Long Island's four regions are the North Shore, South Shore, North Fork and South Fork.

The South Shore has superb beaches: Jones Beach State Park has been called a world-class swimming destination.

The Gold Coast on the North Shore is where the industrials greats of the 1920's built their magnificent estates.
Places to visit: Coe Hall (Planting Fields), Oyster Bay, Nassau County Museum of Art (Frick Estate), Roslyn, Old Westbury Gardens (Phipps Estate), Old Westbury, Vanderbilt Museum, Centerport, Coindre Hall Park, Huntington, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay.

Long Island is striving to become a premier wine producing region. Its Vineyards and Wineries are primarily on the east end of the island on both the north and south forks.

Long Island is a boating and fishing paradise. The Hamptons and Montauk on the South Fork are highly popular summer vacation resorts.
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