Friday, January 23, 2015

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Having Fun for Yourself in the Hamptons, Long Island, New York!

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Getting Out there and into it in the Hamptons!
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Featured Activities:

1) Sag Harbor -Full Page Ad

Just a few minutes drive north of E. Hampton lies Sag Harbor. It is an old fishing village. The main street is beautiful, and even from the far end you can just about see the bay. Lots of antiques shops. Be sure to see the Whaling Museum! map

sag harbor whaling museum2. The Whaling Museum in Sag Harbor
The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum is a museum in Sag Harbor, New York, dedicated to the town's past as a prosperous whaling port. It houses the largest collection of whaling equipment in the state of New York. During the 19th century, Sag Harbor, New York became one of the busiest ports in the northeast, where whalers of many nationalities could be seen walking the streets. During this time period Sag Harbor became a truly international port town, where diverse cultures came together for one pursuit: the hunt of the mighty whale. 200 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 . (631) 725-0770

montauk lighthouse3. Montauk -Drive out to Montauk and stop at Lunch at Cyril's on the way for clams. Visit the lighthouse and have a drink at Gossman's upstair bar. Montauk is often billed as the "un-Hamptons" with its laid-back pace of living and surfer culture. Montauk boasts some of the best sand and surf around. In 2009, Surfer magazine named it one of the Ten Best Surf Towns in America. The historic Montauk Lighthouse was commissioned by George Washington and is open to the public.

4.Sag Harbor Charters
sag harbor chartersPly the local waters with Sag Harbor Charters - Captain Hagen aboard his beautifull and confortable yacht.
 The "Marlinspike" is a 36 foot lobsteryacht located at slip 23 Marine Park on Bay Street Sag Harbor. Full Features - The boat has a swim ladder, plenty of shade and complete kitchen and bathroom. Reservations: 631-456-1823

hamptons mansions5.Mansion Viewing
Mansion viewing-Drive along Further lane in Amagansett (next town over from East Hampton heading east)& enjoy the views of the ocean and the mansions. Coopers Beach.

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6. Amagansett Farmer’s Market
Amagansett farmer’s market - Visit the farmer's market in Amagansett for morning coffee outdoors.


shopping east hampton7. Shopping in East Hampton
Shopping in East Hampton -You will, however, find plenty of branches of chic and expensive NYC shops, which are good for window shopping and not much else.

8. Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
ann norton sculpture garden'The gardens contain monumental sculptures built directly in the gardens, for the gardens, which invoke mystery and surprise as you happen upon them while walking through rare palms.  Rarely are we able to see such an idyllic completed picture of an artist’s vision in its true and intended surroundings.  The garden, designed in concert with Sir Peter Smithers, was the last part to Ann Weaver Norton’s concept for her work, her legacy.  The garden represents her commitment to conservation and the preservation of a quiet retreat in the midst of high rises.' map

wupatki near phoenix9. Apoxee Wilderness Trail
In the wet prairies and tropical hammocks of Apoxee Park, the first urban wilderness area in Palm Beach County, you’ll walk over and through the water supply of West Palm Beach. A fascinating 4.7-mile day hike showcasing the sheet flow of water through habitats that thrive in humidity and dampness, the Apoxee Wilderness Trail features a mix of boardwalks, crushed limestone, and natural surfaces underfoot on a loop that includes a section of the Owahee Trail, a lengthy berm that runs through all of Grassy Waters Preserve. (not pet friendly :( ) map

Dog Parks and Beaches in the Hamptons
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Travel with your Pet to the Hamptons in Long island, New York!

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We want to help you bring your cat or dog on vacation to the Hamptons!
One of the most famous areas on Long Island, the Hamptons are renowned as home to the rich and famous. Located on the South Fork of the easternmost end of Long Island, the area encompasses the towns of Southampton and East Hampton, with their many hamlets and villages including Sag Harbor, Water Mill and Bridgehampton --home to the annual Hampton Classic horse show. With miles of stunning beaches, museums, fine dining and celebrity watching, the Hamptons attract an annual summer crowd from other parts of Long Island and the greater New York City area and beyond.

And there you are with your doggy or kitty - so please check out the pet friendly beaches and parks, the pet friendly hotels, by owner vacation rentals, pet friendly restaurants, pet day care, and local wonderful vets!
Don't miss the dog parks map!

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