From simple beach houses to opulent mansions and architectural one-of-a-kinds. West along Dune Road can be found the new Village of West Hampton Dunes, approximately 3.5 miles from West Bay Bridge… which the locals commonly refer to as “Swordfish Bridge” because of the well-known private beach club it appears to lead to.
Westhampton Beach’s beautiful center and site of many cultural events and holiday gatherings.The Village Green and Gazebo are located on the corner of Main Street and Beach Lane, adjacent to the Post Office. Weekly seasonal events brought to you by the Westhampton Cultural Consortium, in conjunction with the Westhampton Chamber of Commerce, include live music, live performances for children, and a weekly walk group with Bideawee trainers, veterinarians, and adoptable dogs called “Fitness with Fido” every Saturday morning. All events are located at the Village Green and Gazebo.
The Village of Westhampton Beach features an eclectic selection of shops to suit anyone’s needs.
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center at 76 Main Street… the one-time ’30s-style movie house also acts as a community center, providing children’s programs, film festivals as well as a regular schedule of Film Society offerings and live theater. (631-288-1500)
Westhampton Beach Historical Society and Museum
Mill Road. A circa 1800s house with changing exhibits, including photographs of early Westhampton Beach. (631-288-1139)
Rogers Beach and Lashley Beach, each of which maintain lifeguards (in season) as well as restrooms and showers…. both beaches require permits for non-residents and Summer renters. For access information, click here.
For more information on the Westhampton Beach Area call the Greater Westhampton Chamber of Commerce at 631-288-3337.