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Hither Hills State Park

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Hither Hills State Park

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Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, NY 11754
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Long Island Tour: 2 Nights Stay with Transfers and Optional Upgrades
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Long Island Tour: 2 Nights Stay with Transfers and Optional Upgrades

Long Island, New York is a splendid getaway with vineyards, white sand beaches. Close to the 'Big Apple' this is your opportunity to take in Long Island and all it has to offer. There is more than just a City Tour! You have the option to choose from a number of day trips which can be taken from Long Island. The package also includes includes accommodation on Long Island, airport transfers and breakfast. Add on a day trip to Montauk Point Lighthouse, Long Island Aquarium, Glen Cove Mansion, Winery Tour or New York City (option selected at time of booking).
$247.00 per adult
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CherryTravels17 wrote a review Nov 2020
New Jersey671 contributions212 helpful votes
My husband and I visited Hither Hills State Park on a Saturday. It is quite large and with minimal cell service in the area, we got lost looking for the Coastal Trail. We came across the Walking Dunes Trail by accident. (There was free parking on the street bordering the trail.) We only did the first loop but it was very unique and featured views of the water, dunes and forest. We later found the Coastal Trail and parked in the lot at the end of Navy Road. (Parking was free.) The trail was easy and had a nice mix of forest and water views.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Erica B wrote a review Aug 2020
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Don't miss the Walking Dunes hike! But, be prepared for mosquitos! The past reviews are not kidding. Swarms of big, fat hungry mosquitos. Saw people tucking their arms in their shirt & running back to the entrance! We pushed through & were SO grateful. What a beautiful natural phenomenon! My teens ran up & down & rolling in the dunes for hours. Great numbered informational trail. What?! A forest is buried under the dunes??!! The walk along the beach to get back was the perfect ending.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ian wrote a review Aug 2020
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We had a great experience at hither hills, and Geanie at the front desk of the entrance area was so helpful, polite and kind! She went out of her way to take care of us and make sure we had everything we needed during our time on the site. 10/10!!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Croaker_Outdoors wrote a review Jul 2020
Westchester County, New York15 contributions4 helpful votes
I had read only a few sporadic reviews about ticks and and did not pay them much mind. Upon setting up and laying out our tents we started noticing a number of them grabbing on to the fabric and crawling around. Immediately we began spraying ourselves. Throughout the trip I found them crawling on my tent, on people clothes, up a beach chair, drop a towel and find them on it immediately, one made it into my tent but luckily didn't find me. Not going to lie, it did wig me out and I was a bit anxious. I camp in the woods and it's never been a problem. The park should take some measures to curb the population but I learned that ticks are a problem on Long Island and there has been a boom in the past couple years. Aside from the ticks the beach is amazingly clean and beautiful. The waves were big when we visited and were tough for smaller or older folks to enjoy the water. We did have heavy storms come through but that is camping. Spots are very large and the concrete slap is a nice convenience. The park is much larger than I expected from Google Map images. We ended up using the main bath house in the middle of the beach but it felt like a 1/4 mile hike in an emergency! The smaller loop has the private showers but they are poorly vented and stay very steamy after the water is off. Other campers were very respectful and quiet. The tent loop looks nice but they are closer together and are a farther walk to the beach. Due to covid the camp store was closed so we visited the 7-11 for ice. Tight parking and the ice price is expensive.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Gamyra wrote a review Jul 2020
New York City, New York1 contribution
We try to come back here every summer. Sound of waves, long walks on the beach, stargazing at night. It is a perfect camping experience! Many thanks to the park staff this year, especially Janet Bravo💚 and her team. Thank you!!!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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