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Hike and Seek #2

at Amsterdam BeachSun Feb 17
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Location

Amsterdam Beach

1636 Montauk Parkway
Montauk - 11954

Tel: 631-668-5000
Contact Name: coyl

Date & Time

01:00 PM
 
Sun, Feb 17, 2013

Cost:    $4-adults |  $3-children |  Under 3 Free

Description

Come explore the newest park in Montauk! This is a 2-3 hour hike looping through Amsterdam Beach. Please wear warm layers and comfortable shoes. A list of items will be provided to aid in the "seek" while hiking. The guide will discuss various local plants and animals as items are found. Meet at the trailhead to Amsterdam Beach, located at the small parking lot across from Deep Hollow Ranch (Suffolk County Theodore Roosevelt Park) on Rt27.

Please call 631-668-5000 to reserve your spot or for further information.

Fees: $4-adults, $3-children, Under 3 Free

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