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Southampton Village Helicopter Pad
2093 Meadow Ln, Southampton, NY 11968

Southampton Village maintains a public helicopter pad on Meadow Lane, at Road G. It can accommodate one helicopter atMore a time and has a couple of parking spaces for pickups and drop-offs.

A landing fee is automatically charged using a camera that reads helicopters' tail numbers. The landing fee is $100 for planes less than 5,000 pounds and $150 for plans weighing more than 5,000 pounds, and is billed by Vector Airport Solutions.

Landings are restricted to between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. and idling on the pad is limited to 5 minutes. All approaches must come from the north and departures must leave northbound.

Road G Beach
2092 Meadow Ln, Southampton, NY 11968

Road G is on Meadow Lane across from the Southampton Village Helipad.

Road G is an unprotected SouthamptonMore Village beach. A village beach sticker is required to park between 9am and 6pm from the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited during these times. Parking stickers are available at village hall and Coopers Beach. Stickers are free for residents, but offered at a cost for residents of the Southampton School District, Southampton Fire District and 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 four-by-four beach driving permit are required. There's an air filling station for cars to refill their tires.

Halsey Neck Beach
Halsey Neck Ln & Meadow Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
Located at the south end of Halsey Neck Lane, Halsey Neck is an unprotected Southampton Village beach. A village beachMore sticker is required to park between 9am and 6pm between the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited during these times. 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.
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