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KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO Sunbathers enjoy picture-perfect conditions at Town Beach in Southold on Sunday, although few ventured into the still-chilly Long Island Sound waters.

Shake out your towel and slather on the sunscreen — all six Southold Town beaches officially open today, June 28.

Resident parking permits can be purchased at the Town Clerk’s Office for $10 per vehicle and guests can purchase permits for $40 per vehicle.

Seasonal beach parking permits for non-residents are $150 per vehicle.

These permits may be purchased at the Town Clerk’s Office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Permits may also be purchased at Town Beach, Norman E. Klipp Park, or New Suffolk Beach from beach attendants from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

All six Southold Town beaches will have certified lifeguards on scene on duty.

  • New Suffolk Beach is located on Jackson Street in New Suffolk. The beach is steps away from Legends Restaurant and features a boat ramp, lifeguards and restrooms.
  • Town Beach is located on Route 48 in Southold, overlooking the sound. Facilities include a playground, picnic area and a beach wheelchair for disabled patrons, lifeguards and restrooms.
  • Norman E. Klipp Park is located on Manhanset Avenue in Greenport and is also known as Gull Pond Beach. The beach overlooks Shelter Island and features a playground and boat ramp.
  • Goose Creek beach is located on North Bayview Road in Southold, overlooking Southold Bay. The beach has a playground, lifeguards and restrooms.
  • Kenny’s Beach is located at the end of Kenney’s Road in Southold. The beach is in walking distance to Cliff’s Elbow Room East restaurant. Overlooking the sound the facility has lifeguards and restrooms.
  • McCabe’s Beach is located one-half mile east of Kenney’s Beach, on North Sea Drive in Southold. The beach overlooks the sound and has lifeguards and restrooms.