Sports fans know to plan their weekend around Long Island Kayak Experience / JK Kayak in Hauppauge.
Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this club's restaurant.
At this club, everyone will find something they love — kids included!
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Captain Kayak in Sayville has a large selection of both indoor and outdoor sporting goods and attire.
Whether you prefer street or lot parking, Captain Kayak is located near both options.
If you need some sporting goods for your seasonal sport, stop by Captain Kayak in Sayville and get your fix.
Browse uniforms, gear, equipment, and more at Port Jefferson Station's Snow Shed, and look and feel like a winner next time your team hits the field.
Snow Shed is located near a variety of parking options, making your selection a quick and easy one.
Step up your game this season with some great new sporting equipment from Snow Shed in Port Jefferson Station.
The instructors at Long Island Stand-Up Paddle Boarding Co. give visitors a lesson in Hawaiian athletic history, introducing them to one of the islands' oldest sports during standup-paddleboarding lessons. Guiding students of all fitness levels onto oversize surfboards that span 32–34 inches in width for enhanced stability, instructors unveil the thrill of gliding across the open water and low-fiving your own reflection.
Standup paddleboarding also imparts further health benefits to its enthusiasts, creating a steady, full-body workout that conditions the core and develops coordination. Beyond paddleboarding, the company's class offerings range from kayaking to windsurfing, beckoning beginner-level sportsmen to venture into the water. Long Island Stand-Up Paddle Boarding Co.'s team also leads tours, including sunset outings and eco tours.
Situated on a flat-water river whose mouth opens into Great South Bay, Carman's River Canoe & Kayak has something for all levels of paddlers. In addition to providing equipment, the staff rents out single and double kayaks, as well as multiperson canoes, and suggests routes that can include the Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge or––for those with a bit more experience––trips out to Fire Island.
Established in 1928, North Shore Beach spans a scenic one-mile stretch of land filled with activities and amenities for its members. These include:
Complimentary kayak storage
Discounts on rentals of the historic clubhouse, which features seating and tables for up to 160 guests, a banquet and buffet room, and an outdoor veranda
Renovated bathhouses onsite
Free parking and bike racks
Access to social events including Lobsterfest, bonfires, wine-and-cheese sunsets, golf outings, and more