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Southampton Youth Association
33 Flying Point Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
Under the slogan "Sports Build Character and Bring Us Together," the Southampton Youth Association is a nonprofit agencyMore that coordinates sports programs and summer camps exclusively for the Southampton School District. Programs are designed for children and teens 4 years old and older and geared to all skill levels. SYA summer camp takes place at Southampton Elementary School. The Reverend Marvin Dozier serves as the director of operations, and Mary Topping is president of the board of directors.
Southampton Cultural Center
25 Pond Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
The Levitas Center For The Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center includes a gallery and performing arts theater. TheMore center hosts multiple plays and musicals each year as part of its Center Stage series under the direction of Michael Disher. It is also the home of Peconic Youth Orchestra, the Chamber Music Series and the Rising Stars Piano Series. The center hosts camps and other activities for youth during the summer. Veterans Memorial Hall is attached to the Cultural Center building. The cultural center is also where voting and debates take place for Southampton Village elections.
The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center
551 Bridgehampton/sag Harbor Tpke, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center is a not-for-profit serving mostly lower-income and immigrantMore populations in Bridgehampton and the surrounding communities. It offers educational and recreational programs. Bonnie M. Cannon is the executive director.

The Center has playgrounds, a basketball court and ball fields. It also has after-school programs and summer camps for children ages five through twelve.

Long Island Head Start rents space at the Center for a preschool program.

Hayground School
151 Mitchells Ln, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

Hayground is a nonprofit private school for children ages 4 through 11 that uses progressive teaching methods. RatherMore than report cards, parents receive narrative reports of their children's educational development.

Hayground's stated mission is "to provide an open, community school where conventional teaching methods are replaced by new ways of teaching and learning. We are committed to a program of innovation in a community of diversity, both economical and cultural."

During the summer, Hayground offers a day camp with half-day and full-day options for ages 3 through 13.

The school hosts a lecture and discussion series called The Hayground Forum, covering diverse issues. It also holds an annual Great Chefs Dinner with talented chefs and artists to benefit a scholarship fund.

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.
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.
Little Plains Beach
Gin Ln & Little Plains Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
Little Plains is a Southampton Village unprotected beach on the south end of Little Plains Road off Gin Lane. A villageMore 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 9am and 6pm. Camping, alcohol bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times. Parking stickers are available at village hall and Coopers Beach. They are free for village residents and at a cost for residents of the Southampton School District and Southampton Fire District. They are are greater cost for summer visitors.
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.

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.