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Aquebogue

Aquebogue is a town in the Town of Riverhead in Suffolk County, NY, with a population of approximately 2,438 rezidents. It covers a total area of 3.9 square miles, having 3.8 square miles of land and only 0.1 square miles of water.

 
Jamesport

Jamesport, known for its quaint downtown area littered with antique shops and fine dining restaurants, is a town in the town of Riverhead, in Suffolk County. It has a population of almost 2000 residents, and covers a total area of 4.5 square miles.

 
Laurel

Laurel town is located is located in Suffolk County, and has a population of about 1400 residents, covering a total area of 3.1 square miles. Most of the town is located within the town of Southold, with a small portion of it located in the town of Riverhead.

 
Mattituck

Mattituck is a town in Suffolk County, New York, with a population of nearly 4,300 residents according to the 2010 census. It derives its name from the Algonquian name for Great Creek, and covers a total area of 9.3 square miles.

 
Cutchogue

A town in Suffolk County, NY, Cutchogue has a population of 3,349 residents. The town covers a total area of 10.2 square miles, with only 0.4 square miles being water, and the rest of 9.7 being all land.

 
Peconic

Having a very small population of only 683 residents, Peconic takes its name from the native word for "nut tree". It covers a total area of 3.5 square miles, with only 0.1 square miles being water.

 
Southold

Located in the northern tip of Suffolk County, the town of Southold has a population of 21,968 citizens. It was colonized in 1640 and is generally considered to be the first English settlement on Long Island.

 
Greenport

First settled in 1682, and with a population of only 2,197 residents, the village of Greenport sits at the north fork of Long Island. Thanks to it's strong fishing and whaling industry, Greenport was considered a major trading port in the area.

 
Orient

A town and census-designated place in Suffolk County, Orient has a population of only 743 residents, and is located at the northernmost point of the North Fork of Long Island. Orient was originally called Poquatuck by the local native tribe.