The Remsenburg Association
PO Box 187
Dedicated to the preservation of the hamlet's unique character

"Hidden away like a treasure...Remsenburg is a charming combination of elegance and tradition in a rustic setting."  Summer Life Magazine May 17th, 1985

Community Groups





Remsenburg Academy & Art Gallery

126 South Country Road, Remsenburg, New York 11960

Once one of the oldest private academies on Long Island, the Remsenburg Academy dates to the time of the civil war. The academy is owned by the Town of Southampton, and is leased to the Remsenburg Association. It houses a library, and is used for meetings, social events, lectures and fine art exhibits throughout the year.

 

Speonk-Remsenburg Civic Association

 The Speonk Remsenburg Civic Association (SRCA) is a non-partisan organization that was formed in 1989 to help promote the prosperity, welfare and civic advancement of the community of Speonk and Remsenburg by united effort.  

Remsenburg Garden Club
The Remsenburg Garden Club was founded in 1958.  It has 47 active female members and three honorary members, who meet once a month except in January, February and July. The purpose of the Club is to enable Remsenburg residents to come together and share their interests in gardening, flowers, the environment and the local community. 

Sailing & Social Club

9 Yacht Club Drive - Post Office Box 315, Remsenburg, New York 11960

The Westhampton Yacht Squadron is a privately owned sailing and social club situated on the beautiful Moriches Bay, between the Moriches and Shinnecock Inlets. From the Main clubhouse porch, there is an unobstructed view of the Bay and breathtaking sunrises, sunsets, and starry nights. The Club bustles with activity during the summer months when the calendar is full with sailing, swimming, and tennis lessons, races, and special events virtually every weekend. In the "off" season it's a quiet haven, where members congregate on Friday nights for dinner, an Irish coffee, and wonderful conversations around a roaring fireplace. What makes the Club such a special place, above all, is a very diverse membership comprised of year-round residents, summer folks, families, seniors, and singles. From veteran sailors to those just getting their sea legs. Brand-new members to those whose names have been in the log for generations. Though different in many ways, all Yacht Squadron members share their love for life beside the Bay at "the Club."  WYS History