The Hamptons have something for everybody who loves the fresh air while and the wonderful little towns and villages that have great shopping and arts. Without question however, the pristine beaches are one of the main reasons why people head out to the East End.
It can get tricky when you want to visit a beach out here. The villages and towns all have different, heavily enforced parking rules and regulations, and sometimes you don’t know if a beach has a lifeguard before you go. When in doubt, contact the town or village, in the mean time, you can view our beach guide for East Hampton Village:
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There are five beaches in the Village of East Hampton, and all are owned and operated by the village. A valid parking permit is required from May 15 through September 15, and permits are free to residents of the village. Non-resident beach permits are already sold out for the 2013 season, but Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow Beach will sell daily parking passes for $25, both sold at Main Beach, though only a limited number are available on weekends/holidays. Town of East Hampton parking permits are not valid at village beaches.
Georgica Beach, Lily Pond Lane: (lifeguard, comfort station)
Egypt Beach, Old Beach Lane
Main Beach, 101 Ocean Avenue: (lifeguard, comfort station and concessions)
Two Mile Hollow Beach, Two Mile Hollow Road: (lifeguard, bathroom)
Wiborg Beach, Highway Behind the Pond
For more information, contact the Village of East Hampton at 631-324-4150 or www.easthamptonvillage.org.