A hamlet within Huntington Township on Long Island. It is known for a wealthy and snobby populace, few of whom are smart enough to tie their own $120 sneakers. Good people in this part of town are scarce, as the majority of them have money on account of inheritance or sheer ruthlessness. The offspring of these individuals, therefore, usually turn out very spoiled, selfish, and incompetant. Everyone's kids go off to good colleges because their parents have lots of money and connections. Cold Spring Harbor High School takes pride in its accademic reputation, though very little actually learning occurs within the classrooms. During the 1800s, Cold Spring Harbor was a prosperous whaling and trading port. These days, its commerce consists largely of small shops geared towards upperclass middle aged people. The rates of violent crime are low, but the area has a severe drug problem, with increasing numbers of teenage drug addicts.
Cold Spring Harbor isn't as grand as it sounds.