Known as the town beach in Sag Harbor, Foster Memorial Beach spans for one mile on Noyac Bay and is commonly known as Long Beach, not to be confused with the town of Long Beach in Nassau County. The stretch of beach was left to the town after Sagaponack farmer Clifford Foster passed away. The thin strip of land connects Noyac to North Haven. Foster Memorial Beach is filled with benches for those looking to take in the scenery. Picnic facilities including showers, restrooms and sand wheelchairs are all available for all visitors.
Permits are required to enter Foster Memorial Beach between May 15 and June 25 from 9am to 6pm. Dogs are allowed into the beach area but only on the marked dog walk routes.
Non-resident fee applies
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