First cool attraction as you approach Greenport. Treiber Farms
Greenport Village, New York (estimated population of 2,500 ) is a historic seaport located on Long Island's North Fork east end. In the mid 1600s, a group of colonists from New Haven, Connecticut crossed Long Island Sound and settled in the township of Southold, which includes what is now the Village of Greenport. Over the course of its long history, Greenport has been known by several different names including Winter Harbor, Stirling, and Green Hill. At a public meeting in 1831, the name Greenport was officially adopted. The historic district of the village contains 254 wood-framed structures.
Over the course of its long history, Greenport has been known by several different names including Winter Harbor, Stirling, and Green Hill. At a public meeting in 1831, the name Greenport was officially adopted. Greenport became a huge oystering center during the first half of the 20th century and at one time there were over a dozen oyster processing plants in town. As the oyster industry began to shrink, the Village turned its attention towards tourism and has developed into a vibrant destination for visitors from all over the world. During the first half of the 20th century, oystering was a lucrative industry in Greenport, and is currently enjoying a resurgence. At one time, there were as many as fourteen oyster processing companies here, with dockside values running as high as $2 million per year.
The village is part of Wine Country (from New York City, ending in Greenport to the north and Montauk, to the south) which is a winemaking community with three distinct American Viticultural Areas (or A.V.A.s). Wine Country is where you'll find one of North America's best wine tours. Greenport is well known for its fine restaurants, shopping, and accommodations. In 2011, Forbes magazine named Greenport one of the prettiest towns in the United States. Today, it is home to fish farming, wood products, and a new generation of technology businesses. The Greenport Village Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
Our YouTube short of 67 Steps Beach. It has long been a favorite of Southold town residents: