The town center of Mattituck is the second largest on the North Fork, Greenport being the largest. Mattituck center boasts a restautrant, posit office, cheese shops amoungst other quaint shops.
Mattituck is an area of fertile fields stretching from Long Island Sound to the Peconic Bay. Water related sports including fishing, boating and swimming are popular in Mattituck. Popular land activities include tennis, horseback riding, dining and browsing the Love Lane shops.
Among Mattituck’s scenic attractions are Wolf Pit Lake on the North Road, the Old Grist Mill on Mattituck Inlet, and the 1854 Octagon house on Main Road The Mattituck Historical Society operates a historic complex on the south side of Main Road, about half a mile east of Mattituck High School, which includes the main museum house, an 1864 schoolhouse, a milk house and a barn. The white Georgian home, now a museum, was built in 1800, and it’s large west wing added in 1841.mattituck creek It is furnished with antiques of the period, and displays a collection of toys and rare musical instruments. Other displays include century-old clothing, guns, quilts, maps and arrowheads.