Opened in 1901, the Scranton Library is a public library open to anyone wishing to check out books or use the library's many other services. These include computer access, community meetings, and book clubs, among many others.
The Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge is a wilderness area with an extensive network of hiking and biking trails. Visitors can see a wide variety of wildlife. The Audubon Society sponsors summer camps in the refuge.
Hiking Areas, Parks, National & State Parks, Historic Sites
Popular among surf fishing enthusiasts, the Montauk Point State Park is also suited for hiking and hunting. Besides the oldest lighthouse in the state, in here are also found camping sites, playgrounds, picnic tables, and others.
Off Montauk Hwy. 3 mi east of Montauk Village, Montauk, NY
Parks, Other, Historic Sites
Featuring such activities as hiking, biking, horseback riding and canoeing, the Theodore Roosevelt County Park, located in Montauk, New York, also offers hunting and fishing activities. Tents are restricted at the camp site.
A 22-acre park, Fort Pond Bay Park offers views of the bay along with picnic tables, small boat ramp for kayaks or canoes and a long fishing pier. For hikers, the park features easy access to Hither Woods Preserve.
Designed in 1968, the Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course was named by the Links magazine one of the best 10 municipal courses in US. Among the amenities, there are also tennis courts and a swimming pool.
Built in 1796, the Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in the state. It is still functional and features a museum in an 1860 keeper's house, and a gift shop. private events can be organized in here, such as weddings.
With two lakes and bordered by water, Cedar Point County Park allows visitors to fish, swim and kayak with beach access. The park can be used for hiking, camping and volleyball and has a general store and a playground.