Hither Hills State Park

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About Hither Hills State Park

Hither Hills may be the most aptly named park around. With so many sweet amenities—sandy ocean beach, "walking dunes," and a variety of woodlands including Russian olive, oak, shad and pine trees. There are also a variety of hiking, biking, and bridle trails. Not one for bumping around? Check out the nature preserve area. Sit back and bask in the presence of osprey, short-eared owls, northern harriers, and other state endangered/federal threatened birds. Still not enough? How about the children's theater, family movies, folk and line dancing, or magic shows throughout the summer. With campsites all near the bathing beach and many of them on the water, this park is truly saying, "Come Hither!" Luckily with campsites to pitch a tent, you should have no problem answering that call.

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Hither Hills State Park Campgrounds

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With campsites tucked away behind sheltering bluffs, you’ll fall asleep and wake up to the sweet sound of rolling waves at Hither Hills State Park...

Jerry
Jerry : Did Memorial Day weekend 2014, 3 days mid-September 2015. Awesome place. Very difficult to get a reservation peak season, you...
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Hipcamper Jerry

Did Memorial Day weekend 2014, 3 days mid-September 2015. Awesome place. Very difficult to get a reservation peak season, you have about a minute at 9am Sunday 9 months in advance. You have the beach steps away and across Old Montauk Highway the main part of the park which has miles of hiking trails. If you are going to be there a few days invest in a Sunshade, the campsites are almost devoid of trees. Also, as soon as the sunsets moisture from the Ocean coats everything (it dries at sunrise) so keep your tents rainfly zipped shut to keep your sleeping gear dry.

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