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    Opened in the spring of 2012, this loop trail, located on the south side of Route 27, opposite Montauk County Park, offers an exceptionally beautiful woodland experience, starring a dense strand of American holly and some notable large oaks and tupelos.
       
     
 The beach got its name in the 1800s when a freighter named the  Amsterdam  ran aground there.
       
     
 The experience is capped with a stunning view of the ocean.
       
     
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    Opened in the spring of 2012, this loop trail, located on the south side of Route 27, opposite Montauk County Park, offers an exceptionally beautiful woodland experience, starring a dense strand of American holly and some notable large oaks and tupelos.
       
     

Opened in the spring of 2012, this loop trail, located on the south side of Route 27, opposite Montauk County Park, offers an exceptionally beautiful woodland experience, starring a dense strand of American holly and some notable large oaks and tupelos.

 The beach got its name in the 1800s when a freighter named the  Amsterdam  ran aground there.
       
     

The beach got its name in the 1800s when a freighter named the Amsterdam ran aground there.

 The experience is capped with a stunning view of the ocean.
       
     

The experience is capped with a stunning view of the ocean.

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