We welcome you as a visitor or potential ‘settler’ in our hamlet. Enjoy our bright sunny days and beautiful sunsets. Swim or sail in our waters. Dine in our local restaurants. Picnic or camp in our parks. Browse through our Main Street shops. Visit us anytime —we’re open all year long.
Enjoy your stay!
Feel free to contact the
Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce
for further information.
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The Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce serves to strengthen
the economic vitality of our hamlet by advocating for policies that
help business interests, promoting the collaboration of local businesses, giving back to the community, and representing Hampton Bays
broadly as a great place to do business, visit, and live.
With over 100 miles of waterfront property and as the only Hampton to access to all surrounding waterways, Hampton Bays is known as the "boat way to the Hamptons." From Shinnecock and Tiana Bays, boaters can reach the Atlantic Ocean through the Shinnecock Inlet or head north to the Great Peconic via the Shinnecock Canal. The beautiful Ponquogue Bridge affords access to Dune Road's beaches, restaurants, and marinas.
Looking to catch the "big one" or to take the kids out for a day on the bay? Reserve a trip on one of the many charters or party boats that operate out of Hampton Bays' marinas.
Don't worry if you don't catch dinner; the hamlet is also home to the finest fresh fish and seafood markets in the Hamptons.
Enjoy our bright sunny days and beautiful sunsets. Swim in the ocean at Ponquogue Beach. Jet-ski across Shinnecock Bay. Camp in the woods of Sears Bellows Park. Play tennis and picnic in Red Creek Park. Shop our local boutiques and stores. Sleep well in one of our bed and breakfasts or hotels. And you won't go hungry with a wide variety of restaurants and eateries sure to please everyone in your family.
As you can see, there's something for everyone in Hampton Bays.
Advocating for business, promoting collaboration, and representing Hampton Bays as the place to be!