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Our Campus

Nestled between grape vines and golfing greens, our 144-acre waterfront campus boasts gorgeous views of a half-mile of pristine Long Island Sound beach.

Located on the North Fork of Long Island, a region recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the best spots in the country to retire, Peconic Landing lies beside the quaint Village of Greenport and is uniquely situated to provide easy access to the Hamptons, Connecticut, and New York City, keeping members connected with loved ones and friends near and far.

The campus is centered between Island’s End Golf & Country Club and Kontokosta Winery, and features miles of walking trails, an award-winning sculpture garden, tennis courts, community gardens and more. And our breathtaking waterfront location is only the beginning. We’re continually striving to fill campus life with new activities and amenities for our members to explore. We’re also proud of the many contributions our members are making to our campus – and they are united with us in our commitment to living green.

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Community Center

Our 40,000-square-foot Community Center is the heart of Peconic Landing’s campus. Our grand foyer has a stone fireplace with panoramic windows providing magnificent views of the Long Island Sound. Other features include a state-of-the-art auditorium, library, five dining rooms overlooking the Sound, a casual café, lounges, an art studio, solarium-style pool, newly expanded fitness center, a smart classroom and education center, and conveniences including beauty and barber shops, a bank, market, and card room.

Brecknock Hall

Named for Brecknockshire in Wales, the ancestral home of then-owner David Gelston Floyd, Brecknock Hall was constructed between 1851 and 1857. The grandson of William Floyd, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, David Floyd established his own track record of success as a shipping magnate, whaling fleet owner, bank president and legislator.

Brecknock Hall was the Floyd family’s residence, and leftover stone was used to build the Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport Village. A 2008 restoration project spearheaded by the not-for-profit Brecknock Hall Foundation has given new life to the former landmark, Long Island’s most magnificent example of 19th century Italianate stone architecture.

Located at the entrance to the Peconic Landing campus, Brecknock Hall is available to the public as a resplendent site for weddings, celebrations, corporate retreats, cultural events and educational programs. This historic gem will fuel your imagination with its charming interior rooms, sprawling lawns (ideal for tented celebrations), a bridal salon, groom’s party quarters, convenient access for caterers, ample parking and access to Long Island Sound for photographs. For more information, visit www.brecknockhall.com and also click through photo albums posted on Brecknock Hall’s Facebook Page.