Location: Suffolk County>Town of East Hampton

Cedar Point County Park

The 607 acre Cedar Point, with commanding views of Gardiner’s Bay, offers individual and organized group camping areas. Picnic areas, boat rentals, nature trails, vehicular

Montauk County Park

Seventeenth century Montauk was home to America’s first cattle ranching system. Each spring, East Hampton Town colonists would drive cattle across the narrow Napeague strip

Edward V. Ecker, Sr Park

Located at the western end of Fort Pond Bay near Rocky Point; the park has a parking lot, a deep water dock suitable for fishing,

Walking Dunes

Part of Hither Hills State Park on the east side of Napeague Harbor, the Walking Dunes can reach a height of 80 feet and are

Springs Dog Park

5, 4th St – East Hampton, NY 11937 Size: 20+ Acres Fenced: yes Fees: unknown Hours: unknown Website: unknown

Montauk Downs State Park

The park is best known for its Robert Trent Jones-designed, championship-length, 18-hole Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course. In addition, the park offers a driving range, six

Montauk Point Lighthouse

The Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in New York State. The Lighthouse was authorized by the Second Congress, under President George Washington, in

Amsterdam Beach Preserve

This 200-acre park was a joint purchase by NY State, Suffolk County, and the Town of East Hampton. A passive use park, the land stretches

Culloden Park (Closed)

This park is closed HMS Culloden This park is named after the HMS Culloden, a British 74-gun warship sailing with the Channel Fleet during the

KIRK PARK

The Montauk Village Association Inc, (MVA) is a nonporfit volunteer organization and was founded in 1961. It’s sole purpose was to further charitable literary and