The Lion Head Beach Association is a lovely residential bayfront community of approximately 190 private homes on the eastern end of Long Island in The Springs area of East Hampton. The community is a special enclave of natural beauty fronting the magnificent Gardiners Bay with a mile of beachfront featuring spectacular sunsets. The community is bordered by the bucolic Hog Creek to the north with its protected marina, natural woodlands to the south, and two freshwater ponds within the association’s property.
There are a number of amenities for the exclusive use of Lion Head Beach residents. The inlet from Gardiners Bay into Hog Creek leads to our private 40 boat slip marina with electricity and plumbing. The marina contains 2 storage racks for non-powered small craft such as kayaks. A gated resident only private parking lot accesses the marina and our private bay beach with its picnic tables to watch the wonderful sunsets. Within the community there are two rustic sandy paths which also lead to the beachfront and natural shoreline of Gardiners Bay.
The community has only one point of entry and exit via Isle of Wight coming off Three Mile Harbor road. With only one road in and out, Lion Head Beach is a destination where no traffic passes through on its way to somewhere else. This helps to make the community a serendipitous locale tucked away for the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of our prideful residents.
There are 7 roads that make up the Lion Head community which are named after British seasides: Isle of Wight, Orkney, & Thanet; the English Riviera: Runnymede; the French island: Guernsey; and descriptions of natural features: Pond Lane & Bay Inlet.
In order to administer the common properties for the recreational and aesthetic enjoyment of its members, the Association has a volunteer Board of Directors. To maintain these common properties, there is an annual maintenance fee for all owners within the Lion Head Beach Association.