Settled in 1686,
East Quogue was known as “Fourth Neck” and was a place of solitary farms and
quiet salt marshes, creeks and bays until the arrival of the railroad in the
late 1800s. That’s when East Quogue became a teeming summer resort with several
hotels and inns, the grandest of which was the Walker House on Shinnecock Bay.
Local sights include homes and shops from that era, antique replica street
lights and clock, and the Hamlet Green bandstand, wishing pool and playground.
Although many of the storefronts on Main Street are of an older style and
architecture, the shops offer everything to suit a variety of your needs.