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Napeague Tennis
2415 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, NY 11930
Napeague Tennis, formerly Hither Hills Racquet Club, is along the northside of Montauk Highway next to Cyril'sMore Restaurant. Currently managed by Gotham Tennis, the club has five permanent outdoor courts, which include four clay courts and one multi-purpose tennis, basketball or soccer court. A summer camp for children is offered.
The Art Barge
Napeague Meadow Rd, Amagansett, NY 11930
The Art Barge was founded by Victor D'Amico, who was the director of education at the Museum of Modern Art from 1937 toMore 1970. It is open June through October and offers a wide variety of art classes for adults and children. The D'Amicos' former home  is now a museum and is available year-round for tours. 
Luz's Deli
575 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937
Luz's Deli is the last place to stop for a bite before you leave Amagansett and get on the Napeague Stretch towardsMore Montauk. In addition to being a full-service deli, it sells ice, tobacco products, coffee, beer and snacks. Come with cash because that's all the deli accepts, but if you forget some, it has an ATM on-site.
Lazy Point
Lazy Point and Shore Road, Amagansett, NY 11930
This small bay beach overlooks Napeague Harbor. Small shore houses line the roads. The beach is a favorite amongst kiteMore surfers. With no parking lot, parking is by town permit only. It is an unprotected beach. 
United States Coast Guard Station Montauk
69 Star Island Rd, Montauk, NY 11954
The USCG Station Montauk is located on Star Island Road where Lake Montauk meets the Long IslandMore Sound. Boatswain's Mates, machinery technicians, a store keeper and food service specialists are stationed here, as well as a few cutters. The station's historic building was originally the Napeague Life Saving Station, which was relocated to Star Island Road in 1955. In 2005, the housing was dedicated in the memory of Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan B. Bruckenthal, who was killed in Iraq. At the time of the dedication, Bruckenthal was the only Coast Guardsman killed in action since the Vietnam War.
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