Shelter Island Overview

NESTLED BETWEEN THE NORTH & SOUTH FORKS OF LONG ISLAND, Shelter Island is a unique community that seamlessly combines quirky, artsy, rural and cosmopolitan; it is a place where cultures relax, work and play together, from the farm stands to the country club. The Island boasts many restaurants offering the freshest seafood and a variety of cuisines. Islanders (both visitors and residents) enjoy boating, golfing, fishing, and hiking. There are over 70 boat landings open for residents.


 

Press

the 8,000-acre island offers a rich history, scant traffic and gentler prices.
— wsj.com
 
$6.9M Shelter Island home has secret door to wine cellar
— Newday.com
 
Heading to Shelter Island this summer? Here’s everywhere you need to eat, drink, and play when you get there—on foot.
— Edible Long Island
 
 Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

A 113-year-old secluded Shelter Island footbridge noted for its innovative engineering has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
— Newsday.com

SHELTER ISLAND MAP