|SPORTING GOODS, SALES & RENTALS|
Air & Speed Surfshop
Surfboards, snowboards, skateboards, boogie boards, skim boards, wetsuits, clothing and gear. Kids and adult surf camps and private lessons. New and used boards, repairs and more. Route 29, Montauk. (631) 668-0356
Busy Bodies Exercise Studio – Coed, beginner, advanced & children’s classes. Day & evening. Open to the public.
Busy Bodies Exercise Studio
Coed, beginner, advanced & children’s classes. Day & evening. Open to the public.
Montauk Bike Shop
Rentals & Sales. Tours are our specialty. See Montauk on road and off with local guides. Individual or group. Open all year. Main Street, Montauk. (631) 668-8975
Montauk Daylily Garden & Vineyard
600 Daylily varieties… unusual micro-vineyard. “Grapes love to see water.” 136 Second House Rd. (631) 668-2964
Promotion of sporting activities. Producers of Annual Mighty Montauk Triathlon. (631) 668-4245
Pathfinder Country Day Camp at Montauk, Ltd.
Complete summer program for children 4-12. Red Cross swimming, boating, sailing, tennis and crafts.Accredited American Camping Association. (631) 668-2080
Plaza Surf & Sports
carries a complete line of specialty & general sporting goods, offering team orders, silk-screening & trophies. Plaza offers a complete full service for our customers in the fitting and sizing of roller and ice hockey equipment. We have superior and outstanding employees who have knowledge in all fields of sporting goods including Baseball, Football, and Lacrosse.
Puff & Putt Family Fun Center
Miniature golf course, sailboats, pedal boats, row boats, kayaks and canoes for rental. Video game room. Main St., Montauk. (631) 668-4473
Uihlein’s Marina, Boat Rental & Water Sports Center
Water Sports Center – Hourly and daily boat rentals. Jet skis, water-skiing, parasailing, kayaks, rhino riders, fishing, bait, tackle and ice. Montauk Harbor. (631) 668-3799
Ditch Plains Beach
Ditch Plains Beach Popular with surfers that come from all ovver! Through Village Pass Westlake Drive go right on Deforest Rd. to the ocean. Restrooms, outdoor showers and two concession trailers. The two parking ares by permit only.
Fort Pond, located right on beautiful Fort Pond Bay and a great beach to launch ocean kayaks and other samll boats. The beach is pebbly. No restrooms. Parking by permit only.
Gin Beach on Block Island Sound. Located at the end of East Lake Drive. The Beach starts at the Jetty and is sandy with a com serf, great for families with children. You can fish off the jetty or just take in the great view off the harbor trafic as the fishing fleet come’s and go’s. Restrooms, outdoor showers, a concession trailera and general store at the entrance of the parking lot. Parking by permit only.
Hither Hills State Park
Hither Hills State Park, four miles before the Village on the ocean, great for families with children. Lifeguards on duty Memorial Day weekend, and then daily from June 24-Labor Day. Park includes a playground, picnic tables, outdoor showers, a changing area, restrooms and a general store. Non-campers pay an $8 parking fee.
Kirk Park Beach
Kirk Park Beach,west side of the Village by the IGA supermarket on the ocean, over 500 feet of nice sandy beach. Public restrooms in the parking lot and in walking distance. Minature golf or boat rental on fort pond, restaurants and stores, along with a park and picnic area across the street in Kirk Park. Parking with a permit or visitors without a permit pay $10 per day.
Nick’s Beach, located in the center of fthe Village one block from the Plaza make right on South Edision Street to end at the ocean. Named after Nick’s Restaurant at entrance to the beach. In season, Nick’s has live music outside at the famous Boat Bar. Public restrooms and lifeguards on duty during the summer months. Parking on road by permit only.
Second House Museum
Second House is a 1700′s farmhouse once built for the East Hampton shepherders. Many room have been restored and are full of early photos of den’s that surround the museum. Located before Village on Montauk Highway (Rt. 27) on the north side. Open 10am-4pm daily, except Wednesday in season. Second House hosts numerous events throughout the year. (668-5340)
July 7 &8, 2007 Craft Fair
Museum will be open
Walking Sand Dunes
Located on the east of Napeague Harbor, going west on Rt. 27, turn right at the Hither Hills Racquet club onto Napeague Harbor Road. Continue over the railroad tracks straight to the end. Park your car here and take off on foot following the path to your right. Continue on this path and you will reach the dunes. The walking dunes are three large 100 foot high dunes which are slowly moving southeast that are part of Hither Hills State Park. Information about the parks and guided hikes of Montauk’s trails are conducted by the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Visit www.hike-li.com.
Just west of the Village next to Second House Museum. A beautiful three acre park owned by thte Montauk Village Association, located, includes Fort Pond, the second largest freshwater lake on Long Island. contains a picnic area, a pavillion on Fort Pond, Freshwater fishing permitted. (license required)
Located down Second House Road North .7 miles to an asphalt road on the left. Follow to the end of road and park by the Nature Conservancy sign. A six acre preserve maintained by the Nature Conservancy.
Navy Road Park
Located near Rocky Point at the western end of Fort Pond, has a parking lot, a deep water dock suitable for fishing, and a rocky beach. It offers easy access to trails in Hither Woods Preserve. Good place for launching kayks and canoes. Open year round from sunrise to sunset.
Montauk Point State Park
Go east on 27 to end of long island. this 724 acre park at the site of the Montauk Point Lighthouseoffers breathtaking views off the sea. Block Island South, and Block Island to the northeast is great for bbird watching year round and seal watching in the winter months. Trail map available at the toll booths. The park has surfacsgin, a restaurant, five miles of marked and unmarked hiking trails, a picnic area with tables, a playground, a gift shop and restrooms. Daily parking costs $6. The Montauk Point Lighthouse, a museum run by the Montauk Historical Society, is open to the public daily in season.
Shadmoor State Park
Located two miles east of the Village on Montauk Highway, this 99 acre tract of land has a half mile of ocean frontage where tall clay cliffs plunge down to a pebble strewn beach. If you are coming by car, park in the parking lot, at the entrance to the park. About 30 percent of Shadmoor is freshwaer wetlands with several small ponds hideen in the thickets. Trails and dirt roads lead to the bluffs from the entrance on Montauk Highway. Shadmoor is home to two WWII gun implacement sites.
To learn more, visit: http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/webtemp2.cfm?dept=10&ID=43
Block Island Ferry
offering two trips daily by high speed ferry from Montauk Harbor at the Viking Dock. You can see Block Island from the Montauk Point Lighthouse. About 14 miles one way – a great day trip or stay overnight from May through October 9th, in July and August at 7am and 10am and returning at 4:30pm and in the morning at 8L30am. This is a passenger only ferry but you can take bikes. Call the Viking fleet at 668-5700 or go to www.vikingfleet.com.
Express passenger service to Block Island, RI, New London, CT., Newport, RI. Whale watching, special sunset and lighthouse cruises. Bicycles accommodated. Montauk Harbor. (631) 668-5700
White Swan Harbor Cruises
Enjoy a leisurely cruise of historic Montauk Harbor. Trips leaving all day from Gosman’s Dock. Morning marine life excursions. Please call for information/reservations. (631) 668-7878