Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the bay from one of the many parks or beaches in the area. There are also several museums and galleries, making it a great place to learn about the history and culture of Long Island. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or an exciting adventure, Sag Harbor will indeed have something for everyone.
Known as a luxury destination for wine and dine vacations, there are many other things to do instead of drinking in Sag Harbor. This beautiful village on the east end of Long Island is a runner’s paradise, with scenic paths and lovely views at every turn. Here are some of our favorite Sag Harbor running routes to explore
Orient Beach State Park
The Orient Point to Orient Park is an excellent 10K out-and-back training run. With coastal views for almost the entire run, this is one of the best Sag Harbor Running Routes. Drive to Orient Point State Park and reverse the route to the end of the park and enjoy a picnic after your run.
Mashomack Preserve Running Routes
For a longer run, head out to Mashomack Preserve. This sprawling nature preserve offers 9 miles of exploring trails, including some gentle hills and stunning waterfront views. There are many options for shorter or longer routes within the Mashomack Preserve. Running to the point, shown below, is always a run route.