Gubbins Running Ahead Inc 23 Windmill Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Gubbins is a sporting goods shop located in Southampton, NY. It offers products related to popular sports including…More football, baseball, basketball, soccer and more. The store features a large selection of sports footwear and also carry exercise apparel.
Mashashimuet Park is located in the Village of Sag Harbor and overseen by the Parks and Recreation Association of…More Sag Harbor. The park was bequeathed to the children of Sag Harbor and is not managed by the village. It features baseball diamonds, tennis courts, field hockey fields, soccer fields and ample space for picnics. Hamptons Collegiate Baseball's Sag Harbor Whalers play at Mashashimuet and renovated the baseball field. There is no golfing, camping, digging, archery or flying of model aircrafts at the park. Bicycle riding is prohibited on the playing fields.
Organizations or groups that wish to use the park must write to the Parks and Recreation Association, P.O. Box 1653, Sag Harbor, NY 11963.
The playing field closes for the winter each year through April 1.
Sag Harbor Fire Department 1357 Brick Kiln Rd, Sag Harbor, NY11963 The Sag Harbor Fire Departments headquarters, including a dispatch room and the chiefs' office, is on Brick Kiln Road.…More Just behind it, on Columbia Street, it the substation for the Otter House Company. One of New York's oldest volunteer fire departments -and one of the oldest in the country- the Sag Harbor Fire Department has five companies: Gazelle Hose, Montauk Hose, Otter Hose, Murray Hill Hose and Phoenix Hook & Ladder. The department also has a heavy rescue squad, fire police and a dive/water rescue team. Sag Harbor often drills with North Sea, Southampton, Bridgehampton and East Hampton fire departments. The department also sponsors youth soccer teams and offers scholarships to Sag Harbor students. There is an open house every year during fire prevention week, the first or second week of October. The department has a fire museum open between Fourth of July and Labor Day, on the corner of Church Street and Sage Street. The current chief is Wayne Mortensen.
Built on the site of the Downs Family Farm, the Downs Family Recreation Park includes baseball diamonds, a playground…More and soccer fields. The site was farmed from 1684 through 1984. It was given to Southampton Village by the descendants of Lewis E. Downs, the mayor from 1933 till 1937.
In 1995, the baseball fields were dedicated as the James Allan Cameron Little League Stadium. The late Allan Cameron was a Southampton Village stalwart, with a hand in the Little League and many other community organizations.
The playground is designed for 2- to 12-years-olds.
The park may be used with permission from the Southampton Village Parks Department.
To get to the park, turn south onto Flying Point Road from Hampton Road or Montauk Highway, and follow the signs. The park entrance will be on the right, before Downs Path.
Southampton Youth Services (SYS) was founded in 2000 with the goal of providing a fun and safe place for local…More children in the winter. Southampton Town provided the property to SYS, and SYS raised the money for and built the Southampton Town Recreation Center, which opened in 2003. SYS gave the building to the town, and the town leased the building back to SYS for 100 years. It includes a weight room, treadmills, indoor basketball courts, squash courts, a gymnastics facility, an outdoor pool and fields for lacrosse, field hockey, soccer and football. SYS offers summer camp, leagues, clinics and after-school programs and classes. Southampton School District provides buses to the rec center for students. Though it was designed for children and teens, SYS is open to adults. Future Stars built tennis courts on the property, and some of the courts are covered in a heated "bubble" during the winter for year-round play.
Open time on the courts and the hockey rink is based on availability. Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance, and a 50 percent deposit is required.