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GOLF

Great Rock Golf Club 141 Fairway Drive, Wading River
631-929-1200
Changes in elevation and stunning visuals created by the natural terrain characterize Great Rock
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Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course50 S. Fairview Ave., Montauk
631-668-1100
OK, here's the deal: You'll need to budget an entire day to play this course, as it is located at:
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Poxabogue Golf Course3556 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton
631-537-0025
The greens on each of these "nine diamonds" located in the Hamptons are all protected by sand.
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Sag Harbor State Park Golf Courseoff Route 114, Sag Harbor
631-725-2503
Situated on a peninsula and surrounded by woodlands, bluffs and wetlands, the 9-hole course is at:
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MUSEUMS

Amagansett Historical AssociationMontauk Highway at Windmill Lane, Amagansett
631-267-3020
The 1725 Miss Amelia Cottage Museum houses changing exhibits of Amagansett life from colonial times.
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Annie Cooper Boyd House174 Main St., Sag Harbor
631-725-5092
Built in the 1700s, this house contains a collection of paintings by artist Annie Cooper Boyd.
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Big Duck1012 Flanders Rd., (Route 24), Flanders
631-852-8292
Built in 1931 by Long Island duck farmers Martin and Jeule Maurer, the Big Duck was an eye-catching.
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Bridgehampton Historical SocietyMontauk Highway and Corwith Avenue, Bridgehampton
631-537-1088
Rooms in the Corwith House (early 1800s) represent different periods; nearby are two barns housing.
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Children's Museum of the East End376 Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton
631-537-8250
Children's imaginations are celebrated through the history, beauty and creativity of the East End.
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Corwith Windmill, Village GreenMontauk Highway, Water Mill
631-283-0527
Built in Sag Harbor in 1800 and relocated in 1813. Operated until 1887. The mill, a unique example.
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Custom HouseMain and Garden streets, Sag Harbor
631-692-4664
In 1789, Sag Harbor became the nation's first port of entry. The museum is in the 18th century home.
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East Hampton Historical Society101 Main St., East Hampton
631-324-6850
Mulford Farm , 10 James Street, considered to be the most significant intact English-style.
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Guild Hall158 Main St., East Hampton
631-324-0806
The art museum has a permanent collection of 1,900 works and changing exhibits - featuring Larry.
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Mail Order House139 Hampton St. (Route 114) at Liberty Street, Sag Harbor
631-725-4711
Operated by the Eastville Community Historical Society.Also known as Eastville Heritage House; 1-story restored Sears-Roebuck Mail Order House.
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Old Hook WindmillNorth Main Street, East Hampton
631-324-0713
The 1822 schoolhouse, located behind the Quogue Library, contains memorabilia of Quogue.
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Old Schoolhouse Museum90 Quogue St., Quogue
631-653-4224
Mulford Farm , 10 James Street, considered to be the most significant intact English-style.
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Guild Hall158 Main St., East Hampton
631-324-0806
The art museum has a permanent collection of 1,900 works and changing exhibits - featuring Larry.
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Parrish Art Museum25 Job's Lane, Southampton
631-283-2118
Located in the heart of Southampton Village, the museum offers an array of family activities.
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Pelletreau Silversmith Shop80 Main St., Southampton
631-287-0056
Adjacent to Southampton Chamber of Commerce, a rare survivor of 18th century commercial life, this silversmith shop.
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Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center830 Springs-Fireplace Rd., East Hampton
631-324-4929
This National Historic Landmark is the former home and studio of abstract expressionist painters.
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Sag Harbor Fire Department Museum46 Church St., Sag Harbor
631-725-0779
The Sag Harbor Fire Department is the oldest volunteer department in the state. The 1833 building.
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Sag Harbor Whaling Museum200 Main St., Sag Harbor
631-725-0770
Museum is housed in a striking Greek Revival structure. Enter through the jawbones of a whale.
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Second HouseMontauk Highway, Montauk
631-668-5340
This 1797 farmhouse, the second house built in Montauk, the first was destroyed years ago.
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Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center
and Museum
100 Montauk Hwy. and Westgate Road, Shinnecock Reservation, Southampton
631-287-4923
Museum houses 10,000 years of Shinnecock history features "A Walk with the People."
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Southampton Historical Museums and Research CenteRogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton
631-283-2494
The central building is an 1843 sea captain's home, with period rooms and galleries of changing.
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Third House101 Mill Rd., Westhampton Beach
631-288-1139
Built in Montauk (1747), the house doesn't resemble the original structure because it was rebuilt.
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Tuthill House Museum281 County Road 39A
631-283-6100
1840 Josiah Tuthill House features 3 exhibit rooms that offer an overview of life in the area.
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Water Mill Museum41 Old Mill Rd., Water Mill
631-726-4625
Long Island's first English water-powered grist mill (1644) features early tools and exhibits.
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The Enclave Inn450 County Road
631-537-2900
Formerly the Olympia Motel, the inn recently joined the Enclave chain the South Fork (locations in Bridgehampton, Shinnecock, Southampton and Wainscott). All the rooms were renovated to look sleek and slick with their white downy comforters, shiny white laminate furniture and tiled bathrooms stocked with Neutrogena soaps and shampoos. Rooms have a small kitchenette, handy for making a picnic to eat by the pool.
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The Mainstay Inn579 Hill St.
631-283-4375
The innkeeper's artistic flair is seen everywhere, starting with the faux-painted walls that give the bed and breakfast a dreamy feeling. It's close to downtown, but so secluded that guests may want to skip the social scene and lounge by the pool or amid the roses. Rooms have antique beds and country pine furniture. Not all of the eight guest rooms have a TV; most have air conditioning. Continental breakfast is served.
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Southampton Country House485 N. Main St.
631-283-7338
This bed and breakfast is open mainly on weekends during the busy season. Guest can choose among two rooms, each with its own bath, and a roomy two-bedroom apartment. The innkeepers - and their cat - are friendly and readily make guests feel at home. (Maybe that's why so many have returned over the inn's 13 seasons.) Rates include a full breakfast, prepared in an airy kitchen that overlooks the lush, landscaped lawns around the pool.
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Southampton Inn91 Hill St.
631-283-6500
With 90 rooms, this hotel is often used for corporate events and large gatherings. (Indeed, the Garden Club of America was holding a regional meeting here during our visit.) The lobby is decorated cheerfully and each room has a distinct décor. The café in the terrace-level basement serves breakfast and light lunch. Other amenities include a pool, shuffleboard court, tennis and a fitness room. A free shuttle drops guests off at nearby Cooper Beach.
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Southampton Village Motel315 Hampton Rd.
631-283-3034
This humble motel is dressed like the million-dollar homes in the area - gray shingles, red door, slate walkways. Clean, cute, quiet and close to downtown, it's an affordable place to stay in any season. Beds are outfitted with crisp white linens, and a refrigerator and TV are concealed behind pine armoires. There are only 10 guest rooms, so book early for the summer season.
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Village Latch Inn Hotel101 Hill St.
631-283-2160
Eclectically elegant, the inn has 67 rooms in five buildings on five acres. Antiques and artifacts are everywhere. Rooms are country chic, with distressed furniture, oriental rugs and floral wallpaper. Enjoy a continental breakfast with fresh jam and pastries in the garden room or amid the funky sculptures on the grounds. Pool, tennis and bike rentals are available on premises.
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MARINAS

Conscience Point Marina1976 North Sea Rd., Southampton
631-728-8585
68 slips (24 floating, 44 bulkhead), electric, full-time dock master, gas and diesel, rest rooms.
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Diamond Cove Marina364 W. Lake Dr., Montauk
631-668-6592
90 slips (20 transient), storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, showers, ice, bait, tackle, deli.
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Eastport Marina50 S. Bay Ave., Eastport
631-325-8900
100 slips (6 transient), storage, repairs, gas, ice. bait.
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Gone Fishing Marina467 E. Lake Dr., Montauk
631-668-3232
180 slips (30 transient), storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, pump-out, ramp, showers, ice.
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Hampton Watercraft & Marine44 Newtown Rd., Hampton Bays
631-728-8200
100 slips, new and used boat sales, storage, repairs, fuel, marine store, showers, restaurant, ice.
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Jackson's Marina6 Tepee St., Hampton Bays
631-728-4220
200 slips, transients available, storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, showers, ice, bait, charter.
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Mariner's Cove Marina9 Canoe Place Rd., Hampton Bays
631-728-0286
200 slips (transient available), storage, repairs, marine store, ice, showers, personal watercraft.
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Mill Creek Marina3253 Noyac Rd., Sag Harbor
631-725-1351
140 slips (4 transient), storage, showers, repairs, ice, gas , restaurant-bar, kayak rentals.
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Montauk Marine Basin426 W. Lake Dr., Montauk
631-668-5900
150 slips (50 transient), storage, repairs, marine store, fuel, showers, ice, laundry, grocery.
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Old Ponquogue Bridge Marine ParkHampton Bays, Hampton Bays
631-728-8585
oat launch (19 feet and under), scuba diving area, fishing access to deep water.
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Redwood Anchorage40 Redwood Rd., Sag Harbor
631-725-7949
60 slips (no transient).
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The Palm at the Huntting Inn94 Main St., East Hampton
631-324-0411
Steak central.
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The Plaza Cafe61 Hill St., Southampton
631-283-9323
Part pub, part bistro, all right.
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Robert's,
755 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill
631-726-7171
Refined "coastal" Italian.

Rowdy Hall
10 Main St., East Hampton
631-324-8555
Part pub, part bistro, all right.

The 1770 House143 Main St., East Hampton
631-324-1770
Vintage setting, New American food.

Trata1020 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill
631-726-6200
Greek seafood via Manhattan.
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Wei Fun203 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton
631-329-2600
Imaginative Asian.
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BEACHES

Atlantic Avenue Beach off Route 27, Amagansett
(end of Atlantic Avenue)
631-324-2417
Food stand, sand chair, surfing area.
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Big Albert's Landing Beachoff Old Stone Highway, Amagansett
(end of Albert's Landing Road)
631-324-2417
Picnic area, sand wheelchair, rest room
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Cupsogue Beach County Park631-852-8111
Protected beach (daily June 21- Sept. 1), beach wheelchair, pavilion, rest rooms, snack bar.
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Ditch PlainsOff Ditch Plains Road, Montauk
631-324-2417
Food stand, sand wheelchair, rest rooms.
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East Lake Drive BeachOff Route 27, end of East Lake Drive, Montauk
631-324-2417
Food stand, rest rooms.
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Emma Rose Elliston ParkMillstone Road, off North Sea Road, North Sea
631-728-8585
Picnic tables, rest rooms.
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Flying Point Beachon Flying Point Road, Water Mill
631-728-8585
Showers, rest rooms, mobile food stand, volleyball courts.
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Foster Memorial Beach1000 Long Beach Road, Noyac
631-728-8585
Showers, benches, mobile food stand, overlook platform, sand wheelchair, rest rooms.
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Georgica BeachEnd of Apaquogue Road at Lily Pond Lane,
East Hampton
631-324-4150
Rest rooms.
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Hither Hills State Park50 South Fairview Avenue, Montauk
631-668-2554
A major lure at this 1,755-acre park is camping along a beautiful stretch of the Atlantic. Nature.
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Indian Wells BeachAt end of Indian Wells Highway, Amagansett
631-324-2417
Food stand, surfing area, rest room.
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Kirk Park BeachOff Route 27 just west of village, Montauk
631-324-2417
Picnic area in park across from beach, rest room.
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Maidstone ParkAt end of Flaggy Hole Road, off Three Mile Harbor Road and Hog Creek Highway.,
East Hampton
631-324-2417
Picnic areas, ball field, pavilion, rest rooms.
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Main BeachAt end of Ocean Avenue off Montauk Highway, East Hampton
631-324-0074
Once dubbed "America's Most Beautiful Village," this vacation hot spot still justifies that.
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Mecox BeachOn Jobs Lane, Bridgehampton
631-728-8585
Showers, rest rooms, sun deck, overlook platform, mobile food stand, volleyball courts.
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Meschutt Beach County ParkShinnecock Canal to Canal Road, Hampton Bays
631-852-8205
Picnic area, snack bar, showers, rest room, sand wheelchair, limited self-contained camping.
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Pikes Beachoff Dune Road, Westhampton Dunes
631-728-8585
Rest rooms, handicapped accessible ramp, sand wheelchair.
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Ponquogue Beachon Dune Road, Hampton Bays
631-728-8585
Showers, volleyball courts, food concession, chair and umbrella rentals, picnic tables, rest rooms.
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DINERS

While the new-or-nothing faithful are poised to jam these establishments, South Fork diners looking for top meals have plenty of perennials to pick, too. Here are a dozen favorites.

Della Femina99 N. Main St., East Hampton
631-329-6666
New American with flair.
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The Laundry341 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton
631-324-3550
American beauty.
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Mirko's670 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill
631-726-4444
An elegant, eclectic destination for 25 years.
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Muse760 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill
631-726-2606
Creative, entertaining New American.
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Nick & Toni's136 N. Main St., East Hampton
631-324-3550
Stars in the seats and the kitchen.
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Corwith Windmill, Village GreenMontauk Highway, Water Mill
631-283-0527
Built in Sag Harbor in 1800 and relocated in 1813. Operated until 1887. The mill, a unique example.
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Remsenburg MarinaDock Road, Remsenburg
631-325-1677
130 slips (transient available), outdoor storage, repairs, lift, pump-out, marine store, fuel, ice.
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Sag Harbor Cove Yacht Club (East Marina)8 West Water Street, Sag Harbor
631-725-1605
80 slips (some transient, call for availability), showers, cable TV, phone service, restaurant.
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Sag Harbor Cove Yacht Club (West Marina)50 West Water Street, Sag Harbor
631-725-3939
80 slips (some transient), fuel, showers, ice, propane grills, cable TV.
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Sag Harbor Municipal Dock
West Water Street, Long Wharf, Marine Park, Sag Harbor
631-725-2368
114 slips, (transient slips available) 101 moorings, pump-out, showers, barbecue and picnic tables.
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Shinnecock Canal Suffolk County Marina)Canal Road, off Sunrise Highway Exit 66, Hampton Bays
631-852-8291
62 slips (26 transient), rest rooms, showers, water, pump-out, electricity, beach concession nearby.
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Ship Ashore Marina30 Redwood Rd., Sag Harbor
631-725-3755
43 slips (no transient), storage, gas, repairs.
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Snug Harbor Motel and Marina3 Star Island Rd., Montauk
631-668-2860
80 slips (20 transient), electric, cable TV, showers, ice, laundry, shuffleboard, motel.
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Star Island Yacht Club and MarinaStar Island Road, Montauk
631-668-5052
150 slips (100 transient), storage, electric, water, cable TV, wi-fi, repairs, marine store, fuel.
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Waterfront MarinaBay Street, Sag Harbor
631-725-3886
80 slips (transients available), showers, cable TV, electric.
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Westhampton Bath and Tennis Hotel Marina231 Dune Rd., Westhampton Beach
631-288-2500
Limited slips for transients and seasonal available, tennis, pool, restaurant, beach, salon.
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Westhampton Beach Municipal MarinaLibrary Avenue, Westhampton Beach
631-288-9496
91 slips (10 transient), reservations advised; showers, electric, water.
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Westlake Fishing Lodge and MarinaWest Lake Drive, Montauk
631-668-5600
99 slips (15 transient), storage, partial repairs, marine store, bait and tackle, showers, ice.
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WINERIES

The Hamptons features three of the 32 Long Island wineries that offer tours and tastings. Each has received awards and high ratings for their Merlot, Chardonnay and Cabernet varietals.

For more information, or a full-color brochure, call the Long Island Wine Council at 631-369-5887, or visit its Web site at www.liwines.com.


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Channing Daughters Winery1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton,
631-537-7224

Duck Walk Vineyards231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill,
631-726-7555

Wölffer Estate139 Sagg Road and Montauk Highway,
Sagaponack, 631-537-5106