Walk, bike or paddleboard to explore the rich history of Stony Brook Village

Nestled on the north shore of Suffolk County, there’s so much to see and do in Stony Brook Village on this Road Trip: Close to Home.

Ride along the historical Washington Spy trail on Route 25A and stop to spend the day exploring this charming colonial style village and bustling harbor with beautiful views.
Start your day with coffee. You can get an Instagram worthy latte at Crazy Beans.

If you prefer tea, Robinson’s Tea Room has 50 to choose from, or you can get High-Tea-To-Go.

You can reserve a spot on a walking tour, where they'll show you all of the sites and teach you about Stony Brook Village's rich history.
Or rent a bike for 3, 2 or just for you. Ride to the Stony Brook Post Office and take a front row seat, you could catch a pop up concert!

And look up to see the Stony Brook eagle who’s flapped his wings every hour on the hour for 80 years!
Explore the shore or just relax. Tide permitting, pick up a paddleboard or kayak from Stony Brook Harbor Paddleboard and Kayak Rentals. You can ride right up to the historic Stony Brook Gristmill.

Dine-in or take dinner to go at Mirabelle at the historic Three Village Inn. You could even spend the night there in a cozy cottage, where you can get some rest, and have another day to explore even more of Stony Brook Village.