Shadmoor State Park
Shadmoor State Park is a 99-acre (40 ha) state park located in Suffolk County, New York in the USA. Created in 2000, the park is located in the East Hampton (town), New York on the South Fork of Long Island, east of Montauk village.
The park has two concrete World War II observation bunkers used for the New York coastal defenses. It was also part of Camp Wikoff where troops including Theodore Roosevelt were quarantined after the Spanish-American War.
The park offers a beach, biking, salt water fishing and commanding hilltop views of the Atlantic Ocean. There is virtually no infrastructure other than the hiking trails.
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