The English first walked on New York soil in 1640, when they disembarked at what is now North Sea.
North Sea is surrounded by the gorgeous and fully developed villages of Southampton and Sag Harbor. Although our English forefathers would find none of this recognizable, they would have no trouble finding exactly where they landed. It is still called Conscience Point, as it was then, and this historic spot is commemorated by a 20-ton boulder bearing a plaque that honors the landing. Now a habitat for maritime grasslands and a sanctuary for migratory songbirds, the point is located in a 60 acre National Wildlife Refuge.
Another landmark that makes its home here is North Sea Farms, one of the most popular farm stands on the South Fork. Besides fruits and vegetables, you can't miss the spectacle of the farm's exquisitely feathered chickens that cluck and march around the yard.
"With miles of waterfront- North Sea Harbor & Peconic Bay area provide great accees to swiming, fishing, clamming, boating and all kinds of water sports."
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