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Amagansett Beach and Bicycle Company
624 Montauk Hwy.
Amagansett, NY
Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m; call for seasonal hours
Inland Waters Kayaks, Fee (Single kayak: half-day (up to 4 hours) $38, full-day $55; double kayaks: $58 and $75; triple kayaks: $75 and $100), Rentals (Kayak, bicycle, surfboard, boogie board, windsurfers and skate rentals and sales), Season (May-October), Trips (Accabonac Harbor kayak tours: 1 1/2- to 2-hour guided tour/lesson, $39 per person, 3-person minimum)


Amagansett Historical Association ... 267-3020
Miss Amelia's Cottage
Hours: Fri-Sun 9-1:00
An 18th Century home with a fine collection of Dominy furnishings.

Amagansett Historical Association - Montauk & Windmill Lane ... 267-3020
The 1725 Miss Amelia Cottage Museum houses changing exhibits of Amagansett life from colonial times to early 20th century. Furnished with local Dominey furniture including clocks and 18th and 19th century household artifacts and tools. The Roy K. Lester Carriage Museum and Jackson Carriage Barn house 28 horse-drawn vehicles. Pony rides weekend times in July-August.

Amagansett Historical Association ... 267-3020
Roy K. Lester Carriage Museum
Open: Fri.-Sun., 1:00-5:00 p.m.
A collection of about 25 carriages of various types and sizes.

East Hampton Town Marine Museum ... 267-6544
Open: Sat.-Sun., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (September-July)
Daily, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (July 4th-Labor Day)
Features exhibits related to the history of the whaling & fishing industry in the area.

Nature Trial

Atlantic Double Dunes Preserve ... 329-7689
Open: Sunrise-sunset
An oceanfront preserve with a wide variety of bird and plant life.

East Hampton Trails Preservation Society - Amagansett ... 329-4227
Free hikes Wed. and Sat. year-round
Dues $20 per household

Night Life

Stephen Talkhouse - 161 Main St. ... 267-3117
Cover $10-$20; up to $100 for some shows.
Minimum Age 21


Amagansett Youth Park - Abrahams Path ... 267-2421
Outdoor facility; quarter-pipe, rails, 3x8 spine, wedge, square grind rail. Waiver required for all; proper equipment required
Roller Rinks


Hither Hills Racquet Club - Monntauk Highway ... 267-8525
Clubhouse, lessons, clinics, junior clinic (ages 5-16) June-August
Hours: 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. daily June-September.
Courts 5 Har-Tru outdoor
Fees $15-$30 per hour; $450 per season

Sportime at Amagansett - 320 Abrahams Path ... 267-3460
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. April-October.
Courts 34 outdoor
Fees $370-$3,640 seasonal membership



Bridge Gardens Trust - 36 Mitchell Lane ... 537-7440
Covering 5 acres the gardens include a collection of 800 antique and modern roses and a knot garden surrounded by culinary, medicinal and ornamental herbs. Also featured are animal topiaries, lavender parterres, perennial beds and borders, a water garden.
Hours: 2-4:30 p.m. Wed. and Sat. May 29-Sept. 29
Fees $15 per person, free children younger than 12

Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons - 537-2223
This member organization, founded in the 1980s, fosters the art and science of horticulture; monthly lectures at the Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Highway; group discussions, garden tours and trips open to members only, horticultural library. Membership is open to amateur and professional horticulturists
Dues $45 individual, $75 dual membership
Garden Club Bonsai


Poxabogue Golf Course - Montauk Hwy ... 537-0025


Two Trees - Hayground Road ... 537-3881
Boarding, lessons, summer pony camp, 2 indoor arenas, 4 outdoor rings
Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thur.-Tue. year-round
Fees Fees vary, call for details


Beebe Windmill - Ocean Road ... 283-6000
Restored windmill was built in 1820 and has been moved several times. It is the last iron-geared windmill in the United States and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Bridge Hampton Historical Society Museum ... 537-1088
Corwith Homestead, Montauk Highway
Hours: Open year round. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday June 1 through September; 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday the rest of the year. Open other times by appointment.
This historical complex consists of the early-19th Century Corwith House, a wheelwright shop and an old machine shop. On display in the Corwith house are period furnishings and other historical exhibits. The wheelwright shop and machine shop contain exhibits of old tools and machines.
Fees Donations accepted


Choral Society of the Hamptons
Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church, Main Street ... 204-9402
The society, made up of 80 members from eastern Long Island is in its 58th year, and offers 3 concerts yearly with professional conductors, soloists and instrumentalists. Experienced singers with sight-reading ability are invited to audition; auditions are conducted 3 times a year, call for appointments
Fees Tickets: $25 adults, $10 students 18 and younger; also available at Kramoris Gallery, Main Street, Sag Harbor
Music Type Mostly Classical

Nature Trials

Group for the South Fork - 2442 Main St. ... 537-1400
More than 40 hikes a year; $5 per hike (free for members and children 12 and younger accompanied by adult)
Dues $50 per family

Poxabogue County Park - Old Farm Road ... 854-4949
A 26-acre preserve, on the north side of Poxabogue Pond, which consists of woods, fields, and marshland. A wide variety of plant life can be found there.
acres, 1/2-mile nature walk; popular for winter waterfowl-watching
Directions North of Montauk Highway
Season Year-round; free

Southampton Trails Preservation Society - 537-5202
Hikes every Sat. and Sun. year round; and Thur. twice a month during summer months. Dues $20 per person, $35 per household


Peconic River Herb Farm - 310-C River Rd, Calverton ... 369-0058
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., The Peconic River Herb Farm strives to educate the public about growing plants as a crop and keeping the land of
Long Island beautiful. The farm also features garden demonstrations and classes as well as herbs and herbal products.



Wickham's Fruit Stand - Route 25 ... 734-6441
U-pick asparagus mid-May, strawberries early June, sweet and sour cherries early July, peaches and blackberries mid-August, apples and pumpkins September and October; call a week or 2 before harvest date to confirm. Group tours and hayrides available by reservation
Hours: U-picking 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Sat. May-October, call ahead for picking conditions; farmstand with local produce 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. May-December




Wickham Farm


May 10

Wickham Farm


Jume 15

Wickham Farm


July 1

Wickham Farm


July 7

Wickham Farm


July 15

Wickham Farm


August 1

Wickham Farm


August 15

Wickham Farm


September 1

Wickham Farm


September 15


Cedars Golf Club - Cases Lane Extension ... 734-6363
Pull carts, pro shop, club rentals, putting green, league play 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Tue. for women, and 10 a.m.-noon Fri. for men
Hours: 7 a.m.-6:45 p.m. spring and fall, 7 a.m.-6:45 p.m. summer April-November
Course 9 holes, par 27
Fees $7-$10, seniors $6-$9; minimum age 8 with adult


Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council ... 734-7122
Village Green Historical Complex - Route 25
Open: Sat. & Sun., 2:00-5:00 p.m. (June & September) Sat.-Mon., 2:00-5:00 p.m. (July & August)
This complex features three old structures: The Old House, built in 1649; the Old School House, built in 1840; and the William Wickham House, built in 1740. The Old House is a National Historic Landmark and one of the oldest surviving houses in New York State.

Cutchogue Green Historic Buildings - Main Road ... 734-7122
Best known in this grouping, which is sponsored by the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council, is The Old House, on Cases Lane at the Village Green. The house, a National Historic Landmark, dates to 1649 and claims to be the oldest English-type frame house in New York State. The Old House was built in Southold and moved to Cutchogue in 1660. The complex includes the 1704 Wickham Farmhouse, one of the oldest North Fork farmhouses, with a collection of antique quilts. The 1840 one-room Schoolhouse Museum displays donated antique items. Nearby is the former Independent Congregational Church, built in 1862, now the children's portion of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk library. A pre-Civil War carriage house moved to the green displays a model of the first submarine brought to New Suffolk for testing (the Navy tested subs here from 1899 to 1905). Newly renovated red barn contains many 19th century farm tools
Hours: 1-4 p.m. guided tours Sat.-Mon. last weekend in June through Labor Day weekend


Cutchogue Harbor Marina - West Creek Avenue ... 734-6993
115 slips (transient available), storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, pump-out, showers, laundry, phone hookups
Fees Price range is between $85-$150 per foot depending on the size of the slip.
Information 631-734-6993
Location Peconic Bay, Peconic Bay
Season April 1-Oct. 31 (open year-round


Arts in Southold Town ... 734-6320
This non-profit organization devoted to supporting, sheltering and encouraging participation in the appreciation of all arts, awards scholarships to graduating seniors and provides entertainment.

Nature Trials

Meadow Beach Preserve - Nassau Point Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
A 12 acre salt marsh preserve with a variety of shorebirds and marine life.

Mud Creek Preserve - Skunk Lane ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
A six acre salt meadow preserve which is home to a wide variety of bird life.

East Hampton


Arlene Bujese Gallery - 66 Newtown Lane ... 324-2823
Regularly changing solo art shows plus exhibitions of thematically grouped works by major American artists plus the new generation of contemporary east end American artists
Hours: Winter: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday; spring and fall: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Monday (until 5 p.m. Sunday); summer: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. daily, closed Tuesday; 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday

Giraffics - 79A Newtown Lane ... 329-0803
The fine arts of illustration; fashion, theater and children's book illustrations featuring Eloise
Hours: Summer: 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily except Thursday. Remainder of year 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday, and by appointment.


East Hampton Bowl - 71 Montauk Highway ... 324-1950
Open 7 days a week, 10:00 am to midnight.


Cedar Point County Park ... 854-4949
There are 190 general campsites for for tents and trailers with full sanitary facilities, youth group & club camping areas available by permit only.
Park Activities: Row boating, hiking, including a self-guided trail, picnicking, and fishing. A special feature at this park is the Cedar Point Lighthouse. Limited outer beach vehicle use is permitted. Services & goods available at the camp store.

Historical Points of Interest

The Windmill - Montauk Highway (east end of town)


East Hampton Cooperative Area - 444-0273
Hunting State, Includes Montauk Point, Hither Hills and Napeague state parks, Koppelman Preserve and Hither Woods, accessible from Montauk Highway (Route 27)
Requirements Free seasonal access permit for small game and archery deer hunting. Free daily permit for firearm deer-hunting (awarded by drawing only). No firearm deer hunting is permitted at Napeague State Park
What to hunt Small game, deer and waterfowl


Fiveplex United Artists ... 324-0448


Cedar Point Lighthouse - Alewive Brook Road ... 324-2195
Open: Sunrise-sunset (interior not open)
This lighthouse was built in 1839 and remained in operation until 1934. The interior was destroyed by fire in 1974 and is being restored.

Clinton Academy - 101 Main Street ... 324-6850
Open: Sat. & Sun., 1:00-2:00 p.m. (June)
Daily, 1:00-2:00 p.m. (July 4th-Labor Day)
This building housed the first academy chartered in New York State from 1784 to 1881. Today it houses a museum featuring exhibits relating to local and regional history.

East Hampton Library - 159 Main Street ... 324-0222
Open: Mon.-Weds., Fri. & Sat., 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
One of the largest local history collections on Long Island, with thousands of books and manuscripts relating to Long Island history and many local genealogies.

Green River Cemetery - Accabonac Road
Open: Sunrise-sunset
Artists Stuart Davis and Jackson Pollock are both buried in this cemetery.

Guild Hall Museum - 158 Main Street ... 324-0806
Open: Weds.-Sun., 12:00-5:00 p.m. (Fall/Spring)
Daily, 11:00-5:00 p.m. (Summer)
An art museum featuring a permanent exhibit of works by area artists.

Home Sweet Home - 14 James Lane ... 324-0713
This 18th century saltbox house, on the National Register of Historic Places, may have been the inspiration of John Howard Payne's lyrics to the song "Home Sweet Home." It displays antique furniture, lusterware and other ceramics. Guided tours available. Pantigo windmill (1804) on property. Tape of tour available for handicapped
Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Sat., 2-4 p.m. Sun. May-September; weekends only October-November.
Fees $4 adult, $2 children

East Hampton Historical Society - 101 Main St. ... 324-6850
Hours: Osborn-Jackson House 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays year-round; Marine Museum 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekends Memorial through Columbus days, daily July-August; Clinton Academy and Town House 1-5 p.m. weekends Memorial through Columbus days weekends; Mulford Farm 11 a.m.-4 p.m. weekends Memorial through Columbus days weekends, Thur.-Mon. July and August.
Fees Marine Museum: $4 adults, $2 seniors and children. Other sites, free. Donations accepted.

Old Cemetery - Main Street
Open: Sunrise-sunset
Buried in this ancient cemetery are artist Thomas Moran, John Alexander Tyler, (a son of U.S. President John Tyler), and members of the Gardiner family, who have owned Gardiner's Island since the 17th Century.

Old Hook Mill - Montauk Highway ... 324-0713
Open: Mon.-Fri., 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Sun., 2:00-4:00 p.m.
A windmill built by Nathaniel Dominy V in 1806 and restored to working order in 1939. It is operated as a museum by the Village of East Hampton.

Osborn-Jackson House - 101 Main Street ... 324-6850
Open: Sat. & Sun., 1:00-2:00 p.m. (June)
Daily, 1:00-2:00 p.m. (July 4th-Labor Day)
An 18th Century home featuring a collection of antique furnishings and changing exhibitions.

Towne House - 149 Main Street ... 324-6850
Open: Sat. & Sun., 1:00-2:00 p.m. (June)
Daily, 1:00-2:00 p.m. (July 4th-Labor Day)
A former town meeting hall and schoolhouse.

Nature Trails

Merrill Lake & Kaplan Meadows Sanctuaries - Springs-Fireplace Road ... 329-7689
Open: Sunrise-sunset
The two preserves total about 130 acres and are located on Accabonac Harbor. A variety of wildlife, including some rare and endangered species can be observed here.

Nature Trail - Davids Lane & Egypt Lane
Open: Sunrise-sunset
A seventeen acre preserve and nature trail centered around a small stream.

Sagg Swamp Preserve - Sagaponack Road ... 329-7689
Open: Sunrise-sunset (call for permission)
An 84-acre preserve which consists of a red maple swamp. Home to a variety of wildlife and plant life, including some rare species.

Scallop Pond Preserve - Scott Road ... 329-7689
Open: Sunrise-sunset (call for permiss
A 55-acre wetland preserve which is home to a variety of marine and wildlife.

Wolf Swamp Preserve - Scott Road & Millstone Road ... 329-7689
Open: Sunrise-sunset (call for permission)
A 19-acre preserve on Big Fresh Pond which consists of woodlands and a red maple swamp. A variety of plant life can be seen here.

Zoe B. deRopp Sanctuary - Josiah Foster Path ... 367-3225
Open: sunrise-sunset (call for permission)
A nine-acre salt marsh preserve.


Cedar Point Park ... 852-7620
Facilities: camping, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, and picnicking.
Northwest Harbor Park, East Hampton. Natural.Cedar Point County Park
608 acres; individual and group campsites (groups must reserve), 1 1/2-mile self-guided nature trail, outer beach area for saltwater fishing (permit), waterfowl hunting (fee, license), rowboat rentals, picnic area, rest rooms, bike hostel area
Campsites 190 tent and trailer
Directions Montauk Highway east, north on Stephen Hands Path, Old North West and Alewive Brook roads


Espo's Surf Classic - 57 Main St. ... 329-9100
All ages amateur competitions on long boards, performance boards and Boogie boards, hosted by the Eastern Surf Association. Call for schedule, usually in late July or early August. Free for spectators
Spectator Sports Surfing


Buckskill Tennis Club - Buckskill Road ... 324-2243
Pro shop, racquet re-stringing, snack bar. lessons for pee-wees, juniors and adults
Hours: 8 a.m.- 10 p.m. April-October.
Courts 6 Har-Tru, 1 European red clay, 3 natural grass
Fees $1,650 full single membership; couple, weekly and monthly memberships available; $20-$50 hourly court rentals; private lessons $85-$105; discounts available


John Drew Theater - Guild Hall - 158 Main Street ... 324-0806

Guild Hall - 158 Main St. ... 324-0806
The museum has a permanent collection of 1,900 works with changing exhibits at 4 main galleries. Concerts, plays, readings, film and children's theater in the John Drew Theatre. Art education, classes and workshops for adults and children, meeting place for local organizations. Gift shop.
Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday Memorial Day-Labor Day; 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday after Labor Day till Memorial Day



Hubbard Park, Flanders. Limited.


The Big Duck - Route 24 ... 854-4949
Open: Sunrise-sunset
This building, in the shape of a sitting duck, is a classic example of roadside architecture. It was built in 1930 as a roadside stand selling ducks. The interior is not open.



Eastern Long Island Kampgrounds ... 477-0022
Sites are available for tents, trailers and motor homes. Our facilities include a swimming pool, store, laundry, playground, Game Room and planned activities.  


Village Cinema Movie Theatre - Front Street ... 477-8600


East End Seaport Museum & Marine Foundation ... 477-2100
Open: Weekends and holidays
Deals primarily with the maritime heritage of the East End. Many exhibits including the lighthouses of the East End, exhibits concerning the Picket Patrol, the J Boats, Maritime Women, Tall Ships, and the new exhibit for 1998 is titled Key Events of our Maritime Heritage.

Railroad Museum of Long Island ... 477-0439
Open: Sundays and Holidays Noon to 5:00 p.m.
The museum is located in the old Long Island Rail Road freight house next to the Greenport Railroad station and features many exhibits relating the railroading on Long Island

Stirling Historical Society - Main Street ... 477-0099
Open: Weds., Sat., & Sun., 1:00-4:00 p.m. (July-September)
An early 19th Century home housing a local history museum.

Hampton Bays


Meschutt Beach County Park ... 854-4949
Meschutt offers camping for self contained campers and trailers (no tents). Limit of 10. No camping is permitted on the beach, check with park personnel for camping locations. Park
Activities: Lifeguard protected swimming, playground, rest rooms and refreshments available at the pavilion. Directions: Sunrise Highway to Exit 66 (first exit on the east side of the Shinnecock Canal). Follow Canal Road north to park entrance.

Sears Bellows County Park ... 854-4949
There are 40 trailer and 30 tent camping areas with full sanitary facilities. Youth group and club camping areas available by permit only.
Park Activities: Lifeguard protected swimming, fishing, row boating, hiking, picnicking, bridle paths and horseback riding.

Horseback Riding

Sears Bellows Stables - Flanders Road ... 723-3554
Just north of Sunrise Highway on Route 24 located in the middle of Sears Bellow County Park they offer miles of trails on over 650 acres of pristine park.


Multiplex United Artists - 119 West Montauk Highway ... 728-8676


Sears Bellows County Park ... 854-4949
There are 40 trailer and 30 tent camping areas with full sanitary facilities. Youth group and club camping areas available by permit only.
Park Activities: Lifeguard protected swimming, fishing, row boating, hiking, picnicking, bridle paths and horseback riding.


Red Creek Park Trail - 102 Old Riverhead Road
Features: Three marked trails through upland areas of pitch pine and mixed hardwoods, fitness trail and exercise station, trail maps available at the trails entrance.


East End Volleyball ... 728-0397
Team Sports Competition (1,000 players on 3-, 4- or 6-person coed teams; clinics. All ages), Fee (Tournaments $50 per team), Information (631-728-0397 or e-mail, Season (Wed. at Long Beach, Tue. at Babylon and East Quogue, Long Beach, Thur. at Shirley), Volleyball



Cineplex Odeon Mattituck Theater - Route 25 ... 298-4400


Mattituck Historical Museum & Schoolhouse - Main Road ... 298-5911
Open: Sat. & Sun., 2:00-4:00 p.m. (July & August)
An early 19th Century home housing antique furnishings and local history exhibits. Also on the property are a milk house, barn and an 1864 schoolhouse.

Nature Trail

Husing Pond Preserve - Main Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
A wooded 21 acre preserve with a variety of wildlife.

Marratooka Lake Preserve - Main Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
An 11 acre preserve centered around an undisturbed kettlehole pond. A wide variety of plant life and wildlife can be observed.



Camp Hero State Park ... 668-5000
415 acres includes wooded areas, beachfront along the Atlantic Ocean and an historic military installation; maritime forests, freshwater wetlands, ocean vistas and dramatic bluffs; trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding; surf fishing locations open 24 hours a day to fishermen with permits; picnic areas; environment shelters wildlife and an abundance of birds. The former military base that is in the park is registered as a National Historic Site
Directions Montauk Point State Parkway (Route 27) east to the end. Approximately 130 miles from Manhattan
Fees $6 per car daily May 28-Oct. 10; weekends and holidays Jan. 1-May 22 and Oct. 15-May 21

Hither Hills State Park - off Montauk Highway ... 668-2554
Facilities 2.5 mile ocean beach; campsites (Apr. 16 - Nov 14; must reserve, fee $8.; call 800-456-CAMP), softball field, hiking and nature trails, saltwater fishing (bluefish & striped bass season April-Oct.); ocean surfing casting, fishing ;on 40 acre freshwater pond (license required); volleyball courts, sand chair, playground, picnic area; general store.

Theodore Roosevelt County Park - Montauk Highway ... 852-7878
This park offers outer beach camping for self-contained trailers.
Park Activities: Picnicking, canoeing, surf casting on the outer beach, fishing at Big Reed Pond.
Directions: Outer Beach Entrance-Take Montauk Highway 2-1/2 miles east of village, turn north on East Lake Drive, entrance is just past the airport. Park/Third House - Continue on Montauk another 1/2 mile. Park entrance is on your left.


Flying Cloud - Viking Dock West Lake Dr. ... 668-2026
Bay, ocean, half-day or full-day; free bait
Capacity 77
Season Mid-April-November

Horseback Riding

Deep Hollow Ranch - Montauk Highway ... 668-2744
Site of the nation's oldest cattle ranch. Portion now owned by Suffolk County; privately owned section with separate stables across the road. Same operator runs both stables. County stable: 50 horses, trail and pony rides only, trail rides on beach and through 4,000 acres in Theodore Roosevelt County Park, beach and trail rides, wagon tours and Wild West entertainment, private rides available; reservations recommended. Private stable: Working cattle ranch (80 head), riding lessons (English and Western), boarding, training, living history tours for schools, scouts and camps

East End Stables - Oakview Highway ... 324-9568
45 horses, indoor arena, boarding, summer camp
Fees Private lessons (English,jumper, hunter and equitation) $75 per hour, $55 half-hour; group $55 per hour; minimum age 5

Marina & Boat Rental

Uihlein's - West Lake Drive Extension ... 668-3799
Jet ski and water sprot rental.

Diamond Cove Marina - 364 W. Lake Dr. ... 668-6592
90 slips (20 transient), storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, showers, ice, bait, tackle, outdoor bar, deli, restaurant, mechanic
Season April 1-Nov. 30.

Fort Pond - 659 Montauk Highway ... 668-4473
Inland Waters Lakes and Ponds, Fee (Call for fees), Rentals (Puff and Putt Family Fun Center, 631-668-4473. Canoes, Sunfish, Hobiecats, 16-foot day sailer, pedal boats, kayaks, rowboats), Season (Weekends only May-June and September-October, weather permitting; open daily June 20-Labor Day, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.)

Gone Fishing Marina - 467 E. Lake Dr. ... 668-3232
180 slips (30 transient), storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, pump-out, ramp, showers, ice, groceries, restaurant, bait and tackle
Fees Approximately $100 per foot and up
Season April-November


Montauk Movie Theater - 3 Edgemere ... 668-2393


Montauk Point Lighthouse ... 668-2544
Open: Mon.-Fri., 10 - 4 Sat., 10 - 8:30 July & August
This lighthouse was commissioned in 1790 by George Washington and completed in 1797. A museum is located in the keeper's house, and visitors can climb to the top of the lighthouse.

Second House - Montauk Highway ... 668-5340
Open: Daily, 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (summer)
This restored house, built in 1797, was one of the first houses in the Montauk area. A number of historical exhibits are on display.

Third House Museum - Montauk Highway ... 852-7878
Open: Fri.-Mon., 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (June-August)
Located on the grounds of Montauk County Park, this was one of the first houses in the area. On display in a museum are Native American artifacts and photographs related to Theodore Roosevelt and the Roughriders (who used the house as a headquarters after their return from the Spanish-American War).

Nature Trail

Montauk Mountain Preserve - Second House Road ... 329-7689
Open; Sunrise-sunset
A nine acre grassland preserve with a variety of plant life, including some rare species.


Hither Hills State Park ... 668-2554
Facilities: Camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, playing fields, and swimming.

Montauk Downs State Park ... 668-3781
Facilities: Golf, swimming, and tennis.

Montauk Park ... 668-3781
Facilities: Fishing, natural, and swimming.


Ditch Plains - Off Ditch Plains Road
For seasonal permit holders only. Beach:
500 feet on ocean. Facilities: Lifeguards, food stand, rest rooms, surf chairs, and surfing area. Air $ Speed Board Shop ... 668-0356 rent surf boards by the hour, day or week.

Whale Watching

Viking Fleet ... 668-5700
Sails out to sea to find whales, porpoises, and all other forms of fantastic marine wild life. Reservations are always a must. Beginning in mid-May.

North Sea

Nature Trails

Emma Rose Elliston Park Trail - 40 Millstone Brook Road
With over 100 acres of preserved woodland on the shores of Big Fresh Pond, this park was deeded to the Town of Southampton by the Elliston family in July 1952 for the enjoyment of Town residents and taxpayers and as a nature preserve.


Nature Trail

Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge - Noyac Road, Sag Harbor ... 725-2270

Trout Pond - Noyac Road
Features: Short trail from parking area through native plants and trees to view 5 acre trail crossed foot bridges over small fresh water streams.


Oysterponds Historical Society Museums - Village Lane ... 323-2480
Open: Weds. & Thurs., Sat. & Sun., 2:00-5:00 p.m. (July &August) Sat. & Sun., 2:00-5:00 p.m. (September-June)
A collection of historical buildings including the 1790 Village House, 1720 Webb House, two 19th Century schoolhouses, an 1891 cookhouse and dormitory, and an old barn. Most of the buildings contain exhibits and period furnishings.
Oysterponds Historical Society - Village Lane ... 323-2480
Summer hours: Fri., Sat and Sun 2-5 PM

Slave Burying Ground - Narrow River Road ... 323-2480
Open: Sunrise-sunset
The graves of around 20 slaves and their owners, Seth and Maria Tuthill, are found here.

Nature Trails

Margolin Marsh Preserve - Main Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
A 25 acre salt marsh preserve.

Whitcom Marsh Preserve - Main Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
A 17 acre freshwater marshland preserve which is home to osprey and other bird life.


Orient Beach Park
Facilities: Fishing, historic, picnicking, playing fields, and swimming.


Goldsmith's Inlet County Park - Mill Road ... 567-1700
Open: Sunrise-sunset
A 34 acre nature park on Long Island Sound, and home to a variety of wildlife.

Nature Trails

Quogue Wildlife Refuge - Old Main & Old Country Road ... 653-4771
Open: Daily, 9:00 a.m-5:00 p.m. (Nature Center open Tues. & Thurs., 1:30-4:00 p.m.)


Nature Trail

Quogue Wildlife Refuge - Old Main & Old Country Road ... 653-4771
Open: Daily, 9:00 a.m-5:00 p.m. (Nature Center open Tues. & Thurs., 1:30-4:00 p.m.)
A 200 acre preserve with nature center and a number of nature trails.


Old Schoolhouse Museum - Quogue Street East ... 653-4224
Open: Mon., Weds. & Fri., 2:00-5:00 p.m. (July & August)
Sat., 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (July & August)
A local history museum housed in an 1882 one-room schoolhouse.



Indian Island County Park ... 854-4949
There are 150 general campsites for tents and trailers with full sanitary facilities. Youth group and club camping areas available by permit Only.
Park Activities: Fishing, picnicking, and hiking. Home of one of the largest populations of Prickly Pear Cactus, a protected species. Golf is also available at the Indian Island Country Club, adjacent to the park. Directions: South on Route 24 from the Riverhead traffic circle, turn left onto County Road 105, over bridge, entrance on right, past the golf course.


Cherry Creek Golf Links - 900 Reeves Ave ... 369-6500

Indian Island County Park - Riverside Drive ... 727-7776
Golf is available at the Indian Island Country Club, adjacent to the park. Directions: South on Route 24 from the Riverhead traffic circle, turn left onto County Road 105, over bridge, entrance on right, past the golf course.

Sandy Pond Golf Course (9-Hole Par 3) - Roanoke Ave ... 727-0909

Long Island National Golf Club - 1793 Northville Turnpike ... 727-4653


Suffolk County Historical Society - 300 West Main Street ... 727-2881
Open: Tues.-Sat., 12:30-4:30 p.m.
The Historical Society's headquarters, library and museum, which features both permanent and changing exhibits relating to Suffolk County history.

Fresh Pond Schoolhouse - 133 East Main Street ... 727-0407
Open by appointment
A one-room schoolhouse from the early 19th Century. Furnished with period furniture.

Hallockville Museum Farm and Folklife Center - 163 Sound Avenue ... 298-5292
Open: Weds.-Sun., 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
A complex of 18th & 19th Century farm buildings on one of the oldest intact farms on Long Island.

Polish Immigrant Museum - Lincoln Street ... 369-1616

Railroad Museum of Long Island - 416 Griffing Avenue ... 727-7920
Open Saturdays 10 am-4 p.m.   Admission: $1 adults, $.50 children

Atlantis Marine World & Riverhead Foundation - 428 Main St ... 369-9840


Cranberry Bog County Preserve - Riverhead Moriches Road ... 567-1700
Open: Sunrise-sunset
A 211-acre preserve on a former cranberry farm.. Home to a variety of plant and bird life.

Indian Island Park
Facilities: Camping, fishing, horseback riding, and picnicking.

Water Park

Splish Splash - Riverhead ... 727-3600

Sag Harbor


Goat Alley Gallery
200 Division St.
Sag Harbor
Sculptures, original paintings, graphics
Hours: Call for hours

Grenning Gallery
90 Main St.
Sag Harbo
Artists reviving the old masters techniques; oil paintings
Hours: Summer hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday-Saturday; call for winter hours.


Sag Harbor Cinema - Main Street ... 725-0010


Custom House - Main & Garden Streets ... 692-4664
Open: Tues.-Sun., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (June-September)
This 1789 building was the first custom house in New York State and the first post office on Long Island, and houses a collection of period furnishings.Custom House.

Old Burying Ground - Union Street
Open: Sunrise-sunset
This old cemetery dates to pre-Revolutionary times. A number of Revolutionary War soldiers and sailors are buried there.

Sag Harbor Fireman's Museum - Sage Street & Church Street ... 725-3876
Open by appointment
This museum contains exhibits relating to the Department's 175 year history.

Sag Harbor Whaling Museum and Historical Museum ... 725-0770
Open: Mon.-Sat., 10:00a.m.-5:00 p.m. (May-September)
Sun., 1:00-5:00 p.m. (May-September)
Features many exhibits on the history of whaling on Long Island.

Whaler's First Presbyterian Church - Union Street ... 725-0894
Open: no regular hours
This church was built in 1844 when Sag Harbor was a major whaling port. Its tall steeple, which could be seen for miles, was destroyed in the hurricane of 1938. The church is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Nature Trails

Elizabeth Morton National Wildlife Refuge - Noyac Road ... 725-2270
Open: Daily, Sunrise-sunset
A 187 acre National Wildlife Refuge and home to a number of endangered species.


Marine Park - Bay Street

Mashashimuet Park - Main Street & Jermain Avenue


Bay Street Theatre - On the Long Wharf ... 725-9500
Capacity 300
Fees $38-$65
Season Season subscriptions available

Shelter Island


Shelter Island Historical Society - 16 South Ferry Road ... 725-0025
Old Havens House
Open: Sat., & Sun., 12:00-4:00 p.m. (July & August)
A mid-18th Century house containing a collection of early 19th Century furnishings.

Shelter Island Windmill - Manwaring Road
This restored 1810 windmill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Nature Trails

Mashomack Preserve - 79 South Ferry Road ... 748-1001
Open: Weds.-Mon., 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
This 2000 acre preserve containing freshwater ponds, woods, and 10 miles of shoreline is home to a large variety plants and wildlife.

Shinnecock Hills


Mill Hill Windmill - Southampton College ... 283-4000
Interior not open to the public.
This mill operated on another site until 1889 when it was moved to this site and most of its machinery removed.

Shinnecock Indian Reservation - Route 27A ... 283-6143
Shinnecock Native American Coalition
Open daily, year-round
This reservation is home to about 300 descendants of the Shinnecock Indians, whose tribal lands originally included all of Southampton Township. On the reservation is a burial ground which dates to 1600. A number of events are held on the reservation during the year.



Shinnecock East County Park - 852-8899 (seasonal). This park offers outer beach camping, limited to 100 self-contained campers only. NO tents. 25 campsites are on the reservation system this year. Park Activities: Unprotected swimming and surf casting. Directions: Sunrise Highway to Montauk Highway. South on Halsey Neck Lane to Dune Road. West on Dune to park entrance.


Multiplex United Artists - Hill Street ... 287-2774


Elias Pelletreau Silver Shop - Main Street ... 283-2494
Open by appointment
This building, built in 1686, served as a silversmith's shop for Elias Pelletreau and his descendants from 1748 into the 19th Century.

Good Ground Windmill - Dune Road
Interior not open to the public
This windmill was built in 1807 by Nathaniel Dominy V and was originally located on Shelter Island.

Halsey House - South Main Street   283-3527

Hildreth's Department Store - 51 Main Street ... 283-2300
This local establishment, which began on this site as a general store, has been operated continuously by the same family since 1842.

North End Graveyard - North Sea Road
Open: Sunrise-sunset
This old cemetery dates to Colonial times. The graves of many Revolutionary War soldiers are located here.

Old British Fort - Windmill Lane
Open: Sunrise-sunset
A British fort was located on the site of this park during the British occupation of Southampton in 1777.

Old Burying Ground - Little Plains Road
Open: Sunrise to sunset
This old graveyard was the burial place of Southampton's early settlers and dates to the 17th Century.

Parrish Art Museum - 25 Job's Lane ... 283-2118
Open: Weds.-Mon., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Spring-Fall)
Thurs.-Mon., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (Winter)
The permanent collection of this museum contains 19th Century American art, including many works by William Merritt Chase and Fairfield Porter.

Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary Cemetery - Route 27 ... 283-0087
Open: Sunrise-sunset
The grave of actor Gary Cooper is located in this cemetery.

Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center - Church Street ... 287-4923

Southampton Historical Museum - 17 Meeting House Lane ... 283-1612
Open: Tues.-Sun., 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (June-September)
This complex of buildings on the former Rodgers Family homestead includes the Rodgers house, built in 1843, a blacksmith's shop, drug store, one-room schoolhouse, carriage shop, carpenter's shop, cobbler's and harness shop. The buildings house exhibits of Shinnecock Indian artifacts, furniture and other historical artifacts.

Thomas Halsey Homestead - South Main Street ... 283-0605
Open: Tues.-Sun., 11:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (June-September)
Built in 1648 and considered the oldest English frame house in New York State. Contains furnishings from the Colonial period.



Custer Institute - Main Bayview Road ... 765-2626
An astronomical observatory with a number of telescopes, a library and museum.

First Presbyterian Church of Southold - Main Road ... 765-2597
Open: Tues., Thurs., & Fri., 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
This church was founded in 1640 and is the oldest English church in New York State. This building was built in 1803 and a small historical exhibit can be seen inside.

Horton Point Lighthouse - Lighthouse Road ... 765-5500
Open: Sat. & Sun., 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (June-October)
This restored lighthouse was built in 1856 and today houses the historical society's marine museum.

Old Burying Ground - Main Road
Open: Sunrise-sunset
This graveyard dates to 1640, and is believed to be the oldest English burying ground in New York State.

Southold Historical Museum Complex - Main Road ... 765-5500
Open: Sat. & Sun., 1:00-4:00 p.m. (July & August)
The main house of this museum houses an art gallery, local history exhibits, and period furnishings. Also on the property are a pre-Revolutionary house, barn, carriage house, blacksmith's shop, buttery, and an old one-room schoolhouse.

Southold Indian Museum - 1080 Bayview Road, Southold ... 765-5577
Open: Sun., 1:30-4:30 p.m.
This museum houses a large collection of Algonquin Indian artifacts and other exhibits relating to the Native Americans.

Whitaker Historical Collection - Southold Free Library ... 765-2077
Open: Mon., Weds. & Fri., 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Thurs., & Sat., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
This local history collection contains a large number of genealogies of local families.

Nature Trails

Howell Meadow Preserve - Clearview Avenue ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-Sunset
A five acre preserve consisting of woods and a tidal marsh.

Wading River


Wildwood State Park - North Wading River Road ... 929-4314
Facilities: Camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, playing field, swimming, and skiing.


Great Rock Golf Club - 141 Fairway Drive ... 929-1200


Wading River Historical Society - North Country Road ... 29-4082
Open: Thurs., 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (June-August)
An 1826 home which houses the Society's local history collection. It is furnished with period furniture.

Nature Trails

Reppa Pond Preserve - Sound Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-sunset
A six acre preserve centered around a freshwater pond.

Wading River Marsh Preserve - Sound Road ... 367-3225
Open: Sunrise-sunset
A 96 acre preserve in a tidal marsh with a variety of marine life and wildlife.


Wildwood Park
Facilities: Camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, playing field, swimming, and skiing.



Children's Museum of the East End ... 537-8250

Wainscott Windmill - Main Street
Not open to the public, but can be viewed from the road.
This 1812 windmill is on the National Register of Historic Places.


East Hampton Indoor Tennis - 175 Daniel Hole Rd. ... 537-8012
Pro shop, ball machines, clubhouse, showers, snack bar, junior programs (ages 4-18), lessons, clinics
Hours: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. May and Labor Day through October, 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Courts 19 outdoor Har-tru, 8 indoor Har-tru
Fees Call for member fees, $35 guest fee includes court time

Water Mill


Old Water Mill Museum - Old Mill Road ... 726-4625
Open: Thurs., Sat.-Mon., 1:00-5:00 p.m. (June, July & August)
The oldest operating watermill on Long Island, this grist mill was built in 1644. Demonstrations are given and there are a number of historical exhibits.

Corwith Windmill - Halsey Lane
Interior not open
This restored windmill was built in 1800 and moved to this site in 1813. It is the second oldest of Long Island's surviving windmills and is on the National Register of Historic Sites.


Points of Interest

New York Air National Guard, 106th Rescue Group - Old Riverhead Road

Westhampton Beach


Westhampton Bowl, 87 Sunset Avenue, Westhampton Beach.   288-4244   Open 7 days a week. Opening times: Monday 1:00, Tuesday 11:00 am, Wednesday 2:00, Thursday 10:00 am, Friday 1:00 Saturday noon, and Sunday noon.


Cupsogue Beach County Park - Dune Road ... 852-8111
Newly renovated, Cupsogue offers outer beach camping for self contained trailers and campers, (no tents) on the access road behind the dunes. Park Activities: Lifeguard protected swimming, scuba diving and . Rest rooms and refreshments available at the pavilion. Directions: From the village of Westhampton Beach go south on Jessup Lane and cross the bridge. Turn right on Dune Road, go to the end.


Multiplex United Artists - 76 Main Street ... 288-2600


Westhampton Beach Performing Arts - 76 Main Street ... 288-2350


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