Welcome to Montauk
Montauk is the easternmost point on Long Island, between the Atlantic Ocean and Block Island Sound. It is surrounded by water on three sides. It has a unique appearance and feel that set it apart from the rest of the Hamptons. A little over half of Montauk is preserved land. Seals are abundant on these rocky ocean shores in the winter and spring. Historic Montauk Point is a national landmark and famous for being the the site of the oldest working lighthouse in the country. The fishing community thrives here with a working fishing fleet and many charter boats offering deep sea fishing excursions for the nature seekers. Montauk is also home to the oldest working horse ranch in the country, Deep Hollow Ranch offers scenic trails, beach rides, pony rides, camps, and educational tours. The local community has maintained its traditional family oriented culture throughout the years, however this has become a popular destination for a younger hip crowd escaping the hustle and bustle of the city on the weekends. Ranked top in the U.S ten for being a surf town and and having some of the highest rated gold courses in the nation, there are no limits on the outdoor activities you can enjoy here. If you prefer other outdoor activities such as hiking, horseback riding, camping, or summer concerts you also can enjoy the outdoor Montauk experience.