• Created Date
  • 1930-1945
  • Publisher
  • A. Biren, 1252 Decatur Street, Brooklyn, N.Y
  • Description
  • Montauk Point State Park is one of the State Parks under the jurisdiction of the Long Island State Park Commission. Distance from New York City, 132 miles. This park is about 7 miles east of Montauk Village and is located at the very tip of the Montauk peninsula. It marks the extreme end of Long Island. It is available for picnic parties only. A broad scenic parkway connects the present concrete road at the west end of Hither Hills State Park ... more
    Montauk Point State Park is one of the State Parks under the jurisdiction of the Long Island State Park Commission. Distance from New York City, 132 miles. This park is about 7 miles east of Montauk Village and is located at the very tip of the Montauk peninsula. It marks the extreme end of Long Island. It is available for picnic parties only. A broad scenic parkway connects the present concrete road at the west end of Hither Hills State Park with Montauk Point. Light refreshments and meals can be obtained at popular prices at the restaurant in the Park. Title from item. less
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  • Cards
    Postcards
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