PARKS IN THE HAMPTON'S 
A Guide to Parks
in the Hampton's, NY
Amagansett, Montauk, East Hampton, Southampton, West Hampton,
 Hampton Bays, and Quogue.

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So many parks in the Hampton's to visit. Click below for information on any Park in the Hampton's


       
       
Sears Bellows Park is Located within the Pine Barrens, Campsites for tents and trailers are available. Sears Bellows offers a broad range of recreational opportunities. An Extensive trail system for hiking, horseback riding and site seeing. Freshwater fishing is permitted. more . .

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Cedar Point County Park is a 607 acre park with  views of Gardiner's Bay, offers individual and organized group camping areas. Picnic areas, , nature trails, vehicular access to the outer beach (with permit only), licensed hunting for waterfowl (in season), surfcasting for bass and bluefish. more
The Old Ponquogue Bridge Marine Park is adjacent to the new bridge. A boat launch ramp is available for watercraft. There is also a short trail for walking and nature observations. more . . 

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Hither Hills State Park  offers visitors a 168-site campground on the Atlantic ocean, a 2 mile Sandy Ocean Beach, scenic picnic areas and fireplaces, sport fishing, playing fields, a playground and The unique "walking dunes" of Napeague Harbor are located on the eastern boundary of the park.
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Shinnecock Beach west County Park has a jetty for fishing, a large beach next to the inlet and is within walking distance to the parking area. more . .

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Montauk Point is a 724-acre park with five miles hiking trails, a picnic area with tables, a playground, a restaurant, a gift shop, and restrooms. offers views of the sea, Block Island Sound, and Block Island, has surfcasting. more . .
   
 
       
Camp Hero State Park is a former Military base in Montauk, NY. It was given to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historical Society in the 1980's. Specific features found in this park are the magnificent pristine maritime forest, natural freshwater wetlands, spectacular ocean vistas and dramatic bluffs rising from the ocean. more . .

Ideal for - Hiking, Biking, Scenic Natural Walks, Photography, Jogging, Wildlife Viewing, Picnics, Fishing, Historical, Educational.

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Montauk Downs State Park  is best known for its Robert Trent Jones-designed, championship-length, 18-hole golf course. In addition, the park offers a driving range, six championship tennis courts, a main swimming pool and a wading pool for children, as well as a beautiful catering facility, a clubhouse and a grill room serving breakfast and lunch.
 

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Shadmoor State Park Ninety-nine acres located one quarter-mile east of Montauk Village, features  ocean beach The park, picnic hiking trails, and saltwater fish. Also has bluffs, freshwater wetlands.
Of historical note, two concrete bunkers
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Ideal for - Hiking, Biking, Scenic Natural Walks, Photography, Jogging, Wildlife Viewing, Fishing, Historical, Educational.
 

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The Walking Dunes A 3/4 mile trail that loops through one of the worlds most
 fascinating dune areas some reaching 80 feet tall!
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Ideal for - Hiking, Biking, Scenic Natural Walks, Photography, Jogging, Wildlife Viewing, Educational.
 

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