Hamptons

South Hampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Amagansett all have their own personalities... spend an hour or three (window) shopping in each town.
— Amanda F.
  • More about your Oliver guide: Amanda Freeman

  • Trip Type: Family, Adults, Couples, Girls... mix and match!

  • Ideal Trip Length: Weekends all year,  Summer Season

TO & FROM

  • Drive or rent your own car (you will likely want one)
  • Take the Jitney (bus)
  • Take the train
  • Take a sea plane
  • Take a Blade helicoper

STAY

EAT & DRINK

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DO

  • SHOP... South Hampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Amagansett all have their own personalities... spend an hour or three (window) shopping in each town.
    • Amagansett Square - charming shops, coffee shop and grassy area for kids to play while you shop!
    • Poupette St. Barth, Milly, Calypso, Zimmermann, Figue (East Hampton)
    • Matta, BookHampton, Collette,  Jayson Home (Sag Harbor)
    • Surf Lodge boutique (Montauk)
    • Sunset Beach boutique (Shelter Island)
  • Farmers markets...so many! (Fairview Farms in Water Mill - the best Challah ever)
  • For Rainy Days... The Children's Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton
  • Drum Circle in Sagaponack on the beach on Monday nights, gets crowded, but worth going once!
    • SLT in Southampton and East Hampton (cardio+pilates studio)

    INSIDE SCOOP

    • You need a beach permit to park at most beaches from Memorial Day - Labor Day.
    • Traffic can be terrible, avoid the main road and take the side roads when possible.
    • The earlier you go to Surf Lodge, the more likely you are to get in and not have to wait in line.
    • Rent a boat for a few hours from Global Boarding, so much fun!
    HamptonsJen Lane