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Beaches around Long Island, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 07:44 PM EST with 2 listings
Long Island, as its name would suggested, has many beaches on its shores public and private. Here are listed the Long Island, NY local beaches.
Whether you are visiting for the weekend, on a vacation or making the most of a timeshare, few come to Long Island’s East End without packing a bathing suit. Pools abound, but how can you justify their use when the South Fork is home to some of the world’s best bathing beaches? But before you jump in your car and head for the sand bar in the Hamptons nearest you, check the list below to see which require permits and which are public- for a fee. And for those renting for the summer season, check with your landlord, first who may already have a town beach permit.

Montauk

EAST LAKE BEACH (GIN BEACH) East Lake Drive East Hampton Town Permit Required

ESSEX BEACH Essex Street East Hampton Town Permit Required

KIRK PARK BEACH Main Street No Permit Required

SOUTH LAKE BEACH East Hampton Town Permit Required

North Sea

EMMA ROSE ELLISTON BEACH On Big Fresh Pond, off Millstone Brook Road Southampton Town Permit Required

Sag Harbor

HAVENS BEACH Havens Lane Sag Harbor Village Permit Required
Beaches around Long Island, NY

North Shore Beaches (1 listings total)

Town Beaches (1 listings total)

Crescent Beach

600 feet on Southold Bay, northwest side of island. Food concession, rest rooms.
Shore Rd., Shelter Island NY 11964 off West Neck Rd, Tel 631-749-1166

East End Beaches (1 listings total)

Town Beaches (1 listings total)

Wades Beach

500 yards on Shelter Island Sound. Rest rooms.
South Midway Rd., Shelter Island NY off West Neck Road, Tel 631-749-0291