Quogue which was initially named “Quawcanantucke” by Shinnecock Native Americans, was populated in the early 1700s. Residents of Quogue proudly call their village the “the Sagaponack of the West."
Things to love about Quogue
- Sprawling 300-acre Wildlife Refuge Preserve featuring a variety of habitats and native animals
- Pristine quiet white sand beaches
- Small town vibe with a luxurious Hamptons feel