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Westhampton Beach - Quogue Professional Review and Guide
"Westhampton Beach and Quogue are the most westerly of the Long Island south shore communities that are strung along the Atlantic beachfront and known collectively as the Hamptons. From here east to Montauk the vacationing is of a special kind, usually associated with substantial wealth and gracious living, but the automobile and road systems available to all have democratized the summer crowd considerably. Westhampton and Quogue are located on separate peninsulas that divide the south bay between the barrier beach and the island proper into Moriches Bay to the west and Shinnecock Bay to the east. The geography and bridgework are such that a convenient circular bicycle route is available from the villages to the ocean beaches. Things to see: Quogue Schoolhouse Museum, Quogue Presbyterian Church, Phillips Wildlife Refuge."
--Phil Angelillo, Short Bike Rides on Long Island (The Globe Pequot Press).
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