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Munn Point
881 Meadow Ln, Southampton, NY 11968

Munn Point is named for Orson D. Munn, a Southampton Village trustee from 1967 to 1985. It has a boardwalk withMore benches that reaches out to Shinnecock Bay and is a popular destination for birdwatchers.

A Southampton Village or Southampton Town beach parking permit is required between the Friday before Memorial Day through the middle of September.

Conscience Point Marina
1976 N Sea Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
Conscience Point Marina, owned and operated by the Town of Southampton, is on North Sea Harbor. It was originally aMore shipyard but was purchased by the town in 2003, using the Community Preservation Fund. It has 64 slips, available to town residents by lottery. There are gas and diesel pumps for refueling, bathrooms and showers, and gazebos and picnic tables with barbecue pits. There is a boat ramp, but a Southampton Town Trustees launch permit is required, and the Town Trustees and Boy Scout Troop 58 are working to establish an oyster reef in the harbor. The Conscience Point Historic Site is adjacent to the marina.
Southampton Town Hall
116 Hampton Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
Southampton Town Hall is home to the supervisor's office, the town council, town trustees, town clerk, tax receiver, taxMore assessor, town attorney and comptroller. The general services, land management and long-range planning offices are also located here, as well as the board room, where meetings of the town board, planning board, zoning board of appeals and other town government bodies are held. The building was formerly Southampton Elementary School, now located next door to town hall. Southampton Town Hall is the destination for a variety of permits, including building permits, dog licenses, shellfishing and peddling permits, handicap parking permits, marriage licenses, special events permits and taxi licenses.
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. 
Lake Agawam
121 Gin Ln, Southampton, NY 11968

Leaving a car in the parking area on Gin Lane at the south end of Lake Agawam requires an Agawam Parking permit fromMore the Southampton Town Trustees. Funds collected for parking permits go into a fund for maintaining the lake and replacing the bulkhead.

A private nonprofit of lakeside residents, The Lake Agawam Conservation Association, was formed to monitor the lake's water quality and encourage residents to take measures to reduce runoff to the lake. Across the street is the Southampton Bathing Corporation and St. Andrew's Dune Church.

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 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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