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Without privacy, you’ll never have absolute freedom, which is exactly why private vans are so popular with families that want to spend as much time together as possible. Reserve one from Winston Transportation Group, GroundLink or AirportShuttles.com today and get started on fun activities like picking up fresh fruit at Organics Today Farm or simply going on a walk along the many coastlines.
Facing the Great South Bay, Islip Town Beach is an urban park that offers plenty of opportunities to go swimming or even fishing. Surrounded by a variety of restaurants as well as unique shops, the park is a great place to relax for a few hours and watch the sun set along the island’s famous South Shore.
While you’re downtown, take a brief drive into East Islip for a walk through the incredibly massive Heckscher State Park. With over 1,600 acres and an almost limitless amount of nature, the recreation area is not only an escape from the city, but an incredibly short distance to everything else you may need.
For big groups that enjoy talking while they sightsee, public transportation can make that stiffen the fun. Seating up to six passengers, private vans offer as much space as they do privacy, not to mention save time with every mile you drive. Skip having to reserve a shared ride van and go private with our shuttle providers, allowing everyone to enjoy their bubble.
Go on a journey through the area’s rich history, visiting iconic landmarks like Old Westbury Gardens, a 200-acre mansion that’s home to formal botanical gardens and daily guided tours. The early 20th-century house is also home to classes in gardening, interesting museum exhibits, as well as spontaneous outdoor concerts.
For an even more in-depth look at the past, drive over to Sagamore Hill for a tour through the former home of Theodore Roosevelt. With nature trails, a beach, and fascinating museum sprawled across 83 acres of prestigious land, the location is a great way for history buffs to spend the afternoon.