Camp Hero State Park
Camp Hero State Park
Owner The State of New York
Current Status Mostly Open for Visitors
People Come Here For… Picnics, Hiking, Hunting, Surf-fishing, Conspiracy Theories

Camp Hero State Park comprises over four hundred acres of virtually untouched woodlands — featuring oaks, beeches, pines, cedars, native dogwood, and mountain laurel — wetlands, and ocean bluffs. A handful of roads cut across the parkland, providing access to a multitude of trails — permitting hiking, biking, and horseback riding alike. Winter snow allows seasonal cross-country skiing; in warmer months, it is a common picnic destination; the park has its very own baseball field in the northwestern corner. Anglers, surfers, and shell-collectors also frequent the beaches.


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