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Beach at Southampton at the Atlantic Coast of Long Island.

The beach at the parking lot at the Road D in Southampton is one of the most beautiful beaches in Long Island. During the summer season, parking space is extremely limited.







Directions to the beach in Southampton:
From New York State Route 27 resp. the Country Road 39 turn south on Tuckahoe Lane. Stay on Tuckahoe Lane until you get to Hill Street, turn right on Hill Street. After a short drive turn right on 1st Neck Lane. At the curve to Dune Road, the 1st Neck Lane becomes Meadow Lane. Follow Meadow Lane to Road D. The parking lot of the Road D in Southampton is located at the left side of the road.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the beach in Southampton:
-  No parking fee (at the small parking lot at the Road D).
    Parking space is limited!
(as at: Mai 2010)


Infrastructure at the beach at Southampton:
- No Infrastructure available at this beach access.





Beach Ranking of the beach at Southampton:
- USA Beach Ranking 2011: 4. Place
- Atlantic Coast Top 5 Beach Ranking 2011: 1. Place



Video of the Beach at Southampton:











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