What to Do

Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum & Gift Shop

The Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in New York State. The Lighthouse was authorized by the Second Congress, under President George Washington in 1792. This historic landmark has been part of Long Island’s land and seascape for over 200 years and still serves as an active aid to navigation. For tour information, visit: http://www.montauklighthouse.com/group_tours.htm.

Horse Back Riding

To enjoy the beauty of Montauk from a unique perspective, visit Rita’s Stables which offers the priceless experience of Horseback riding to adults and pony rides and a petting zoo for the children; and outing the whole family can enjoy.

Water Sports

Feeling adventurous? Head over to Corey’s Wave Professional Surf Instruction to get your feet wet in the extreme world of surfing. Corey’s Wave offers lessons to kids and adults in groups or privately. Or you can pay a visit to Uihlein’s Marina, Boat Rental & Water Sports Center to rent jet skis, water-skiing, or kayaks for an unforgettable experience.

Fishing

Sail off to sea to catch some of Montauk’s finest fish aboard one of the many fine charter boats such as the Abracadabra, Adios Charter, Blue Fin IV, Breakaway, Double D Charters, Grand Slam Charters of New York Inc., Mishell II, Montauk Fishing Charters, My Mate, Northern Sun, Odd Lot II, Oh, Brother, Sea Turtle Charters, Susie E, The Charter Boat Montauk, Venture, and Wake Boat Charter Inc. Or enjoy one of Montauk’s many beautiful marinas such as Darenberg’s Montauk Marine Basin, Montauk Inlet Seafood Inc., Montauk Yacht Club Resort and Marina, Seacoast Enterprises Associates Inc, Snug Harbor Marina and Motel, Star Island Yacht Club and Marina, Uihlein’s Marina & Boat Rental, and West Lake Marina.

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