It’s less than two hours away, it’s home to family fun tours, hiking, etc., and also features an ecologically rare forest!
According to the New York Natural Heritage Program, this state’s maritime holly forest was ranked as “globally rare,” meaning there are few remaining occurrences of this assemblage of plants throughout the world.
Bring your buckets for the sand and your adventure hat for the scenic trail around the island.There is even a visitor center that displays the local wildlife.
Adult – $40
Children (under 11) – $35
Thursday, July 22nd, 2017, 7am – 6:30pm pm
(Pricing includes round-trip transportation and ferry fare)
Please make sure to pack your own lunch, lots of water, sunblock, and other beach necessities. Limited food options are available on location.
- Health Department Launches “Here For You” Campaign From Harlem To Hollis (harlemworldmag.com)