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Beaches around Long Island, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 06:36 PM EST with 8 listings
Long Island, as its name would suggested, has many beaches on its shores public and private. Here are listed the Long Island, NY local beaches.
Whether you are visiting for the weekend, on a vacation or making the most of a timeshare, few come to Long Island’s East End without packing a bathing suit. Pools abound, but how can you justify their use when the North Fork is home to some of the world’s best bathing beaches? But before you jump in your car and head for the North Fork sand bar nearest you, check the list below to see which require permits and which are public- for a fee. And for those renting for the summer season, check with your landlord first-he may already have a town beach permit. For daytrippers, guest passes may be available.

Goldsmith Inlet, Mill Road, Peconic: Sound Beach, No lifeguard

Indian Island County Park Riverhead (631) 852-3232: Waterfront, picnic, nature walks, bird watching, fishing, sites for trailers, tents.

Iron Pier Beach Pier Ave., Jamesport: Sound Beach

Kenny's Beach Kenny's Road, Southold: Sound Beach, lifeguards, restrooms, Permit Only.

Laurel Lake Park Main Road, Laurel: Information Booth, baseball fields, playground, state fishing adjacent. Permit Only.

McCabe's Beach North Sea Road, Southold: Sound Beach, lifeguards, restrooms, Permit Only.

Mattituck Creek: Boat Launching Ramp. Permit Only.

New Suffolk Beach Jackson Street, New Suffolk: Bay Beach, Lifeguards, boat launching ramp, Permit Only.

Norman E. Klipp Park (Gull Pond Beach) Manhasset Avenue, Greenport: Bay Beach, life guards, boat launching, Permit Only.

Orient Beach State Park (631)323-2440 Main Road, Orient Point: Bay Beach, food, picnic/hibachi area, bathhouse, playground, play field, fishing.

Skipper Horton Park Main Road, Greenport: Information Booth, picnic area.

South Jamesport Beach South Jamesport Avenue: Bay Beach.

Town Beach North Road, Southold: Sound Beach, restrooms, playground, picnic area, lifeguards, Permit only.
Beaches around Long Island, NY

South Shore Beaches (1 listings total)

Town Beaches (1 listings total)

South Jamesport Beach

Covers 3,000 feet on Peconic Bay with shallow water, good for children. Has a playground, bath house, outdoor showers, food stand, fishing, tennis courts, picnic area, basketball and swim lessons.
Peconic Bay Blvd., Jamesport NY 11947 Tel 631-727-5744

East End Beaches (7 listings total)

Town Beaches (6 listings total)

Jackson St. Beach

Jackson Ave., Southold NY 11971 Tel 631-734-6464

Kenney's Beach

Leeton Drive, Southold NY 11971 Tel 631-765-5317

Mc Cabes Beach

Horton Lane, Southold NY 11971 Tel 631-765-3363

New Suffolk Beach

200 feet on pconic bay. Boat ramp (with parking permit), playground; beach popular with windsurfers (rentals).
1st St., New Suffolk NY 11956 and Main St., Tel 631-765-1800
Tel: 631-765-5182

Norman Klipp Park Beach

730 feet on the Sound. Boat ramp, playground.
Manhasset Avenue, Greenport NY 11944 off Route 25, Tel 631-765-1800
Tel: 631-765-5182

Southold Town Beach

Annual parking permit for town residents: $6, for nonresidents: $100. Resident permit available at all town beaches & Town Hall, nonresident permit only available at Town Hall. Nonresident daily beach permit: $12
Route 48, Southold NY 11971 Tel 631-765-1800
Tel: 631-765-5182

State Beaches (1 listings total)

Orient Beach State Park

300-foot beach on Gardiners Bay, two sand wheelchairs, playground (handicapped accessible), pavilion, bike rentals, horseshoe pits, volleyball, boccie court, croquet, badminton, picnic area and more.
Route 25, Orient Point NY 11957 East end of Route 25, Tel 631-323-2440
Tel: 631-669-1000