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Havens Beach
1 Havens Ln, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Havens Beach is a Sag Harbor Village beach on Sag Harbor Bay. It is the village's only beach. There is a playground,More bathrooms and a gazebo. Parking stickers are mandatory and available to at the village municipal building, both resident and non-resident season passes.
Beach Bungalow
26 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Beach Bungalow sells coastal home furnishings, decor and accent pieces. Inspired by the beach, pieces include glassMore tabletops with driftwood legs, shell covered jewelry boxes, photographs of the ocean, whimsical pillows and lamps that look as if they were made from beach glass. The store also sells some jewelry, as well.
Wyandanch Beach
Gin Ln & Wyandanch Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
Wyandanch Beach is a Southampton Village beach at the south end of Wyandanch Lane, off Gin Lane. It is an unprotectedMore beach. A village beach sticker is required to park between the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited during this period between 9 a.m and 6 p.m. Parking stickers are available at village hall and Coopers Beach, free for village residents and at a cost for residents of the Southampton School District and Southampton Fire District, and at a greater cost for summer visitors.

Camping, alcohol bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times.
Long Beach Park (Foster Memorial Town Beach)
10 Long Beach Ln, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

Commonly known as Long Beach, this Southampton Town Beach on Noyac Bay is officially named Foster Memorial. It isMore named for Clifford Foster, a Sagaponack farmer who owned the property and left it to the town after he died. The beach is on a thin strip of land that attaches Noyac to North Haven.

Parking permits are required at town beaches between May 15 and June 25 from 9am to 6pm only if a beach attendant is one duty. Permits are required at all times between July 1 and Labor Day from 9am to 6pm regardless of whether an attendant is on duty.
Unless otherwise posted, lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 5pm Beaches close at 9pm. Residents can obtain a beach barbecue permit for after 6pm from the Parks and Recreation Office. Daily passes are available at Long Beach. Resident, senior citizen and non-resident seasonal permits are accepted.

Camping, alcohol, bonfires, glass containers, household garbage, erecting tents, construction debris, handbills and solicitations, unsupervised children, amplified music, unauthorized concession trucks or caterers, graffiti and littering are prohibited at all times.
There is drive-on access, but both a Southampton Town Trustees 4x4 beach driving permit is required. The speed limit if 10 miles per hour and ATVs are prohibited.

Pets are allowed on marked dog walk routes, parking areas and paved foot paths. Pets are prohibited in all buildings, on the beach, in picnic areas and other grass areas. Dogs must remain on a leash and owners are responsible for picking up after their pets.

Old Town Beach
Gin Ln & Old Town Rd, Southampton, NY 11968

Old Town Beach is a Southampton Village beach at the south end of Old Town Road. It is an unprotected beach. AMore village beach sticker is required to park between the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited during this period between 9 a.m and 6 p.m.

Parking stickers are available at village hall and Coopers Beach, free for village residents and at a cost for residents of the Southampton School District and Southampton Fire District, and at a greater cost for summer visitors.

Camping, alcohol bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times.

There is drive-on access, but both a Southampton Village and  a Southampton Town Trustees 4x4 beach driving permit are required. There's an air filling station for cars to refill their tires.


The beach is closed when the stormwater drainpipe is open. Swimming, surfing and fishing are prohibited when the pipe is flowing.

Road D Beach
Road D & Meadow Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
Road D is an unprotected Southampton Village beach. No permit is required to park here. Surfcasting, launching powerMore boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited between 9am and 6pm between the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Camping, alcohol bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times.
There is drive-on access, but both a Southampton Village beach pass and a Southampton Town Trustees 4 by 4 beach driving permit are required. 
Cryder Beach
1 Cryder Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
Located at Cryder Lane, off Gin Lane, Cryder Beach is an unprotected Southampton Village beach. A village beach stickerMore is required to park between the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited between 9am and 6pm in season. Parking stickers are available at village hall and Coopers Beach, free for village residents and at a cost for residents of the Southampton School District and Southampton Fire District, and at a greater cost for summer visitors. Camping, alcohol bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times.
Fowler Beach
1 Fowler St, Southampton, NY 11968
This unprotected beach requires visitors to have village beach stickers in order to park between the Friday beforeMore Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited during this period between 9am and 6pm. Parking stickers are available at Village Hall and Coopers Beach, and are free for village residents. The beach is adjacent to Peconic Land Trust's Phillips Pond Preserve, a 6-acre area of ocean dunes and freshwater wetlands. Camping, alcohol bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times. The facilities feature an air station for car tires.