It's not hard to find. You can take a ferry from New London, Connecticut, to Orient Point, New York, at the most eastern tip of the North Fork. Or get a ferry from Bridgeport, Connecticut, to Port Jefferson, New York, a mid-island coastal town. Drive all the way out the LIE and instead of bearing right at exit 70 toward Manorville, just keep on going. You'll soon find yourself passing corn and potato fields, vineyards and farm stands. If you're lucky enough to be arriving by boat, you'll find the North Fork in between Gardiner's Bay and Long Island Sound. While North Fork beaches lack the drama of the South Fork's best Atlantic seascapes, the water is warmer and there are many beautiful bluffs with long, gorgeous sound views.