Top 5 Things To Do In Southampton

Cooper’s Beach (Photo by WFYG)
Cooper’s Beach (Photo by WFYG)

Southampton is a popular hot spot for tourists, families and Long Islanders during the summer. There is plenty to do in this beautiful town and so much to see.

Soak up the sun at Cooper’s Beach

Rated one of the top beaches in the U.S. with about seven miles of Southampton oceanfront, Cooper’s Beach is the place to go for a great Hampton’s beach experience. For $40 to park, anyone can go to Cooper’s Beach to stay, lounge and have a good time. They serve breakfast, lunch, drinks and sweet snacks for everyone. They also offer chair rentals for $10 and umbrella rentals for $15. (250 Meadow Ln.)

See a live video stream of Cooper’s Beach: Hamptons Beach Cam

Visit the Fudge Company

What’s more refreshing than eating fudge and ice cream after a long hot day on the beach? Since 1973, The Fudge Company has been around serving 30 different flavors of their sweet refreshing ice cream. They are mostly known for their homemade fudge, rich cream and butter confection making your experience well-worth it. You can find this delicious spot at 67 Main St.

Golf in Southampton

Sag Harbor State Golf Course
Sag Harbor State Golf Course

Playing golf in Southampton is an activity every golfer must try. The Sag Harbor State Golf Course at Barcelona Point is a 9-hole course lying on 48.8 acres. It can be played as 9 or 18 holes. They offer lessons and have a practice putting green.

The Poxabogue Golf Center at 3556 Montauk Hwy. is open to the public in the Bridgehampton/Sagaponack area. The facility has a 9-hole course and driving range for anyone to practice on. They offer golf lessons and have a prestigious Junior Golf Program during the year.

Bike around Southampton

What better way to take in Southampton’s beauty than on a bike? Rotations Bicycle Center at 32 Windmill Ln. offers bike rentals on a first-come first-served basis. The variety of bicycles they lend caters to everyone’s abilities. From competitive bikers to beginners, there is a fit for all.

Dining in Southampton

To finish off your Southampton experience, dine in one of the most popular restaurants. 75 Main (75 Main St.) serves American and Italian food. It is a hot spot in this busy area. When you go to 75 Main, it isn’t just a place to eat. They also have music, dancing and a lively nightlife. If you’re looking to spot a celebrity, then this is the place to be. Some notable celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and Leonardo DiCaprio have dined here.

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Rachel Hirschheimer
Rachel Hirschheimer is a reporter and videographer for Anton Media Group, specializing in

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