Sag Harbor is a little off the beaten path of the villages of the East End some know as The Hamptons. Signs and logos of whales around town identify its rich nineteenth century heritage as the third largest whaling port in New England. Galleries lining its winding main street signify its current attraction to artists. In summer its population, including day trippers, swells from a village of something over two thousand to well over eight and, for its loyal residents, it is a year-round thriving community with lots to do for kids. Our brochure includes annual events, seasonal activities, recreation, education, amusement and adventure.
Sag Harbor Kids is offering full scholarships for Sag Harbor children ages 10 through 13 to attend 4 weeks of Summer Camp @ Ross! Click here for application and more information.
18 Goodfriend Drive
The Bridgehampton Museum Archives Building, 2539-A Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
The Flanders Community Center
The Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main Street
The Children's Museum of the East End
Main St., Sag Harbor and Sagg Main Beach
CMEE 376 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike
Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY
Flanders Community Center
239 Ludlam Avenue
SYS Recreation Center
Windmill at Main Street, Sag Harbor
Playful Learning Studio, East Hampton
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Places To GoProximity to New York City adds to the attraction of the East End. That hasn’t prevented communities from developing their own show stoppers. In Sag Harbor alone these include a nationally renown theater, a major whaling museum, a dusty, musty art movie...
The ArtsIs it the fabled light or the company of other artists that draws artists of all schools and media to Sag Harbor and environs? While scores of world famous artists work in studios hidden in the hills & woods, visitors are invited to find their own...
SportsSports are everywhere and everyone, resident and visitor alike, is encouraged to join in. The programs are informal and inclusive be it sailing, baseball, soccer or swimming. Give a call to any of the organizations listed and find out how you can...
OutdoorsThe outdoors is the East End’s greatest draw: ocean beaches, Montauk’s famous lighthouse, a sports and commercial fishing
fleet with centuries of traditions. Camping facilities, parks and playing fields allow families to enjoy the scene without the...