There are just 50 days left until Memorial Day weekend in the Hamptons and while we at Dan’s Papers can’t wait, we also know there are many things we have to squeeze in during the next few weeks lest we lose our chance. We know that if we don’t get out and do these now, we’ll have to wait until after Labor Day before we try again.
We kick off our countdown with #50: Camp at an East End County Park Without the Crowds
Early spring is a great time to get closer to nature.
Starting Memorial Day weekend, and especially after school lets out for the summer, the East End’s county park campgrounds can get crowded—very crowded.
But pick a weekend in April or early May for a campout, and your group may be the only souls in sight when you pitch your tents.
County parks such as Sears Bellows in Hampton Bays or Cedar Point in East Hampton are valuable resources that often go under appreciated. Getting to enjoy these parks without the crowds will make you really appreciate that they are there for you.
Hike, roast marshmallows over the fire, capture photos of animals, and more. Whether with your kids, or with a group of friends, enjoy a campout when you have the space to spread out.
Come back tomorrow for #49