Springs Parks and Beaches

East Hampton, New York

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The quiet hamlet of Springs differs considerably from its governing town of East Hampton. Where East Hampton is wealthy and exclusive, Springs is home to working-class residents who live in modest homes on quiet neighborhood streets and commute into New York City to work in a variety of fields, from construction to personal finance to maintenance. This 18.9-mile loop starts in the East Hampton hamlet of Amagansett then heads to the northwest for a clockwise tour of Springs, the quiet hamlet to the northeast. Most of the route is fairly flat, with only two climbs of any real consequence, for a total elevation gain of 495 feet. The route starts at the library on Main Road (Montauk Highway / NY 27). Exit the parking lot and turn right onto Main Road, a fairly busy stretch of road with a generous shoulder, then take the rst fi right onto Windmill Lane, a quieter, pleasant road that heads uphill past the historic Oak Grove Cemetery.
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by David Streever (Falcon Guides)

The quiet hamlet of Springs differs considerably from its governing town of East Hampton. Where East Hampton is wealthy and exclusive, Springs is home to working-class residents who live in modest homes on quiet neighborhood streets and commute into New York City to work in a variety of fields, from construction to personal finance to maintenance.

This 18.9-mile loop starts in the East Hampton hamlet of Amagansett then heads to the northwest for a clockwise tour of Springs, the quiet hamlet to the northeast. Most of the route is fairly flat, with only two climbs of any real consequence, for a total elevation gain of 495 feet. The route starts at the library on Main Road (Montauk Highway / NY 27). Exit the parking lot and turn right onto Main Road, a fairly busy stretch of road with a generous shoulder, then take the rst fi right onto Windmill Lane, a quieter, pleasant road that heads uphill past the historic Oak Grove Cemetery.

© 2017  David Streever /Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: East Hampton
Distance: 18.9
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Riding Time: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to Springs: Parks and Beaches

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