• Welcome to the North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce


  • New Memberships on hold until 1/1/2017

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  • Tourism

  • Visit our North Shore Beach Hamlets

    Terryville - Port Jeff Station - Mount Sinai - Miller Place

    Sound Beach - Rocky Point - Shoreham - Wading River

  • Our Tourism section highlights attractions, such as parks and beaches, boat ramps, historical sites and landmarks, local businesses can be found in our business directory, as well as other places of interest that are encompassed in our chambers local area. If your town is in our chambers local area, has a tourism site of interest you that you would like to share with our visitors, feel free to e-mail the information with a photo to nbcoctourism@yahoo.com

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  • Historical Landmark Long Island Railroad Car Tourism Center

    One of the last remaining early nineteen hundreds electric baggage coach car was put in service around 1914 traveling from Jamaica Station to Manhattan. The railroad out of service was transported to its current location in the mid-seventies on the crossroads of Nesconset Highway and Route 112 in the downtown business district of Port Jefferson Station.  The L.I.R.R. Railroad Car is a Suffolk County Landmark and situated along side the chambers Memorial American Flag ParkThe exterior of the L.I.R.R. Car is all original paint matched to as close as the original color of the car, the interior is modernized for practical uses.

    The park has been under renovation due to road construction project We can still access the train park, just take the Canal Road North Loop behind the tourism center, picnic benches are available and when the tourism center reopens.

    In the flag circle there is a 911 memorial stone set in place by the Port Jefferson Station/Terryville Civic Association.

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  • Tourism Center Memorial Flag Park

    The North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce are the stewards of the Suffolk County Memorial American Flag Park & L.I. Railroad Car Tourism Center. Both the Memorial Park and Tourism Center are located on the crossroad of Nesconset Highway & Route 112 in the center of downtown business of Port Jefferson Station. The American Flag flying is 20ft. x 30ft. topping the highest flag pole in Suffolk County. In the flag circle there is a 911 memorial stone set in place by the Port Jefferson Station/Terryville Civic Association.

    The park has been under renovation due to road construction project We can still access the train park, just take the Canal Road North Loop behind the tourism center, picnic benches are available when the tourism center reopens.

    The L.I.R.R. Car, Memorial Flag Park, park grounds, maintenance and operational cost are all paid from the funds of the North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce. Please visit the donate now Button At the top of thepage to make a donation to support the upkeep of the flag.

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  • Heritage Park

    Located in the heart of the Mount Sinai Route 25A business district is the beautiful Heritage Park. Recreational walking paths, children playground, ball field, and adjoined by the Mount Sinai Heritage Center.

    The park open to the public from dawn to dusk is a great destination to visit, relax, enjoy the central park recreational facilities, a great place to stop and take a break from shopping or before heading out to the east end of Long island.

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  • Pocket Park & Nature Trail Downtown Business District Route 25A Rocky Point

    At the east tip of the North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce business service area is the Suffolk County designated historical downtown business district of Rocky Point. Traveling east on Route 25A you have a choice to take the bypass option road or visit this historical downtown by going straight ahead using the Route 25A Business District option... Fuel, restaurants, bar & grill's, boutiques, and in the heart of the business district on Veterans Way this beautiful pocket park and nature trail open to the public dawn to dusk with plenty of free parking. Take a break, stop & shop, relax on your journey and grab a bite to eat, bring the children to the park for some recreation time and take a walk along the nature trail before heading on your journey to the North Shores east end.

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  • Fish off the pier at the Town of Brookhaven Park

    Cedar Beach Mount Sinai

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  • Historical Site 1720
    William Miller House

    The original owner of the land on which the 1720 William Miller House was built, was Williams grandfather Andrew Miller Sr. Andrew Miller Sr., who was born in England (1632-1717), immigrated to America with his family when he was eleven. Andrew was a cooper in East Hampton until he came to the area called Old Mans around 1670. Andrew Miller purchased approximately 105 acres from Brookhaven Town and built his home near the pond. Andrew Sr. deeded his home lot in Old Mans to his son Andrew Jr. in 1709. Andrew Jr., who had built his own home, died in 1716.

    Visit the Miller Place-Mount Sinai Historical Society

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  • Rolling Oaks Golf Course

    Welcome to Rolling Oaks Golf Course! A beautiful 18 hole golf course located in Rocky Point, NY on Long Island. We also offer a well-appointed, full service golf shop offering an impressive selection of quality golf equipment and apparel.

    Rolling Oaks in Rocky Point, N.Y. , a Brookhaven course open to the public is a challenging Executive par 65 with 2 - par 5 dog legs, 9 par 3's, several water holes, uneven terrain and it is in the BEST condition since it was built over 30 years ago.

    It is demanding, because of the multitude of trees, which help shape and create difficulty on the course. There is a challenge for almost any player from the best to worst!

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  • Cedar Beach Bar & Grill

    Don't just visit the beautiful Town of Brookhaven Cedar Beach Park Dine on the beach, life entertainment, and enjoy all your concession favorites.

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  • The Noah Hallock House Circa 1721

    Rocky Point Historical Society
    Hallock Landing Road, Rocky Point N.Y. 11778

    Beginnings: The rocky terrain of this hilly hamlet was acknowledged at the start: The first mention of the place in Brookhaven Town records was Rocky Hollow in November, 1714. An entry in 1755 called it "Rocky poynt hollow.'' Noah Hallock, from Southold, is said to have been the first white settler, in 1721. He built a house that year near what is now called Hallock Landing, and it's still there, with the family cemetery. A large boulder, one of Long Island's biggest, once stood in full splendor behind the Hallock house, but is now surrounded by houses.

    For more information visit The Rocky Point Historical Society

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  • Ralph's Fishing Station

    Mount Sinai Harbor

    Family owned since 1961, Ralph's is a full service marina on Mt. Sinai Harbor Ralph's offers boats the easiset access fuel dock on the North Shore The Roast, a dockside eatery with a deck overlooking the harbor A Ships store, to pick up your bait & tackle, ice, beverages and more!

    More info: Visit Ralph's Marina

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  • Heatherwood Golf Course

    303 Arrowhead Lane
    Centereach, New York
    631-473-9000

    For more info visit Heatherwood Golfing

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  • Willow Creek Golf and Country Club

    Offering exceptional golf, dining, and networking in Long Island, Willow Creek Golf & Country Club is open to the public. We pride ourselves in providing our Members and guests with a masterfully designed, superbly landscaped and expertly maintained daily-fee course that offers a thoroughly enjoyable experience for golfers of all skill levels. We also offer full on-site catering services and corporate golf outing facilities for groups of all sizes.

    For more info visit Willow Creek Golf

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