Just past the Maidstone Club at 50 Old Beach Lane is Egypt Beach. Wiborg Beach is just on the other side of the…More club's exclusive beach. Neither East Hampton Village public beach has lifeguards or restrooms. And even though Egypt Beach has limited parking spots, that doesn't make it unpopular. It is a favorite amongst those who want to take in a breathtaking sunset.
Between the second Sunday in May through September 30, walking dogs and driving on the beach is prohibited between 9am and 6pm. A Town of East Hampton permit is required for beach driving.
Edison Beach is more commonly known as Nick's Beach, because it is just past Nick's by the Beach, a restaurant and…More nightclub, at the end of South Edison St. in downtown Montauk. A comfort/rest room station is being built at the beach during 2010, and beachgoers have been using Port-O-Potties until it opens. The beach is beautiful, one of the best in Montauk. A short walk from the beach, there are a number of restaurants and delis. Parking during the summer can be hard to find, however, and is at a premium.
From May 26 through Sept. 15, dogs are not allowed on the beach between 10am to 6pm. During that same timeframe, driving on the beach is prohibited.
The most popular beach in East Hampton Village, Main Beach on the Atlantic Ocean has the biggest parking lot of the…More five village beaches. Main Beach is also home to the annual fireworks, which have in recent years been pushed to Labor Day instead of July Fourth because of nesting piping plovers.
Main Beach also is the only beach with a pavilion, which offers beachgoers food and cool drinks, and has a few lockers that residents can rent. Main Beach is also one of the few beaches on the South Fork where you can pay per day to park, Monday through Friday, because beach stickers are usually necessary from Memorial Day through Sept. 15. Village beach parking stickers are limited.
Dogs and driving on the beach are not permitted from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from the second Sunday in May through Sept. 30. A Town of East Hampton permit is required to drive on the beach.
Two Mile Hollow Beach is at the end of the Two Mile Hollow Road in East Hampton Village, admist the tree-lined homes…More and mansions. It's a protected bathing beach. It has a large parking lot where you can daily parking rates during the summer.
Dogs and driving on the beach are not permitted between 9am and 6pm from the second Sunday in May through Sept. 30. A Town of East Hampton permit is required to drive on the beach.