The Madoo Conservancy is open to the public through October 17. We are ready to welcome you to a beautiful, safe space, a special haven for your family and friends on a by appointment only basis. Due to the continued concern over the COVID-19 virus new safety measures for all visitors have been implemented to ensure everyone’s safety. Before visiting the gardens please read the guidelines below.



The Madoo Conservancy is currently open ONLY by appointment for groups of 10 or less.



The Madoo Conservancy is currently open ONLY by appointment for groups of 10 or less.

Please email info@madoo for an appointment. Prior to visiting all guests must answer the following questions as per our Covid-19 protocol.


Mailing address (If you would like to be on our mailing list)

(1) Have you had COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days?

(2) Have you tested positive COVID-19  in the past 14 days?

(3) Have you had close contact with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case in past 14 days?

Please note 

-All guests must wear a face mask—we have on site in case you forget . 

-There is no public restroom.

-Please wash your hands upon entering and leaving with supplied hand sanitizer. 

Admission is FREE. A generous grant from the Barry Friedberg and Charlotte Moss Family Foundation has allowed us to waive our $10.00 admission fee. Photographs are permitted; strollers and dogs are not.


DIRECTIONS Get directions here.

Take the Long Island Expressway east to Exit 70. Follow signs to Montauk, and to Rte. 27 East. Pass through Southampton, Water Mill and Bridgehampton. One mile east of the Bridgehampton Village Monument, turn right at traffic light onto Sagg Main Street (small gray building on southeast corner). Proceed 1.3 miles; You will pass the Sagaponack Post Office and Sagg Store on your right. The first right afterwards is Sagg Lake Lane which is a cul-de-sac. The garden is on the left. Drive to the end of the road and return on the other side of the street to park. There is a pedestrian entrance with a sign displaying #618.