Bellport is a village within the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York. Bellport is on the south shore of Long Island. The village is named after the Bell family, early settlers of the area. The village is officially known as the Incorporated Village of Bellport. The land that is now Bellport was purchased along with what is now Brookhaven hamlet (then called Fireplace Neck) and western Southaven from the Unkechogue Indians in 1664 by settlers from nearby Setauket, who were attracted by the plentiful harvests of salt hay. The part which became Bellport was named Occumbomock Neck. Ho Hum Beach is located on Fire Island, 2.2 miles across the Great South Bay from the Bellport Village Marina. Village residents and their guests are welcome to visit the beach. Surfers, sunbathers, and fishermen especially enjoy the privateness of Ho Hum Beach.
Zip Code: 11713
Area Code: 631