All waterways lead to Hampton Bays. Great Peconic Bay is to the north, Shinnecock and Tiana Bays are to the south, and the other side of the barrier beach is the majestic Atlantic Ocean.
If you ask a neighbor “what's running” in Hampton Bays, you may find out about the hamlet's movie times. But most probably you'll hear about which fish are biting deep in the Atlantic – tuna, marlin, or striped bass. The sushi you enjoy at dinner may be your catch of the day.
Fishing isn't the only lure. Hampton Bays' family-oriented fun – playing beach volleyball, gardening, hiking the glacial Ronkonkoma Moraine, or horseback riding – is a great reason to spend the summer. And for those who love a close-knit community by the bays, an even better choice is to stay in Hampton Bays year-round.
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