It’s starting to warm up for good, and with summer on the way we’re looking forward to a few weekend trips to the beach. One spot that’s definitely on the list: Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk. While the King & Grove group recently renovated the property, which was originally built on three lakeside acres in 1952, the hotel still has a delightfully old-fashioned, nautical summer camp vibe. There are a host of activities to keep visitors busy, like bicycling, bingo, paddle boarding, and yoga. Guest rooms, designed as modern takes on the classic cabin, circle the central lawn (aka “The Magic Garden”) with teepees, ping-pong tables, and grills guests can use whenever they like. Hungry? Head to the onsite restaurant where the culinary team behind one of our favorite New York City eateries Fat Radish has created a sustainable, seafood-focused menu paired with a wine list focused on biodynamic, sustainable, and organic wines. The hotel is open from May to September, and is accepting reservations for the summer now.