Introduction to East Patchogue, New York
East Patchogue, New York, in Suffolk county, is 13 miles E of Brentwood, New York and 51 miles E of New York, New York. The people of the town are in the Nassau - Suffolk metropolitan area. East Patchogue has a population of 20,824.
East Patchogue History
East Patchogue is a part of the Town of Brookhaven, which was originally occupied by Native Americans. The first English settlers arrived in this area in 1655.
East Patchogue and nearby Attractions
- Loughlin Vineyards
- Sans Souci Nature Preserve
- Long Island Maritime Museum
- Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society Museum
- Connecticut River State Park
Things To Do In East Patchogue
Residents of East Patchogue enjoy fishing, boating and other water sports at the waterfront. The beaches are well maintained and its visitors enjoying beach volleyball or relaxing in the sun. The nearby nature preserves present excellent opportunities for spending time in the wilderness or walking on any of the numerous nature trails.
East Patchogue Transportation
John F. Kennedy International Airport provides air transportation facilities.
East Patchogue Higher Education
Saint Joseph's College, Suffolk County Community College and Dowling College are all nearby.