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Mapping Lesser-Known Parks of the Hamptons

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We have some of the most beautiful parks in the world here in the Hamptons, but sometimes it seems like it's all Agawam this and Montauk Point that. What about some of the lesser known parks? We decided to map ten of them that we think deserve more attention. Have a favorite park that you'd like us to check out? The tipline's always open or you can leave a comment after the jump.

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Meschutt Beach County Park

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[Photo credit: LI4Kids]

Ruth Wales Dupont Sanctuary

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Size: 31.5 acres Good for: Walking, watching birds and wildlife

Tuckahoe Woods Preserve

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[Image credit: Hike LI]

Emma Rose Elliston Park

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[Photo credit: The Wonderment Chapter]

Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk

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[Photo credit: US Fish & Wildlife Service]

Trout Pond Park

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[Photo credit: Southampton Trails]

Big Albert’s Landing Beach

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Size: 300 feet on Gardiner’s Bay Good for: swimming with kids, beachcombing.

Two Holes of Water Park

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[Cecilia S./foursquare]

C Gerard Park

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[Picture credit: mpmail4u]

Rheinstein Park

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[Photo credit: Chris Sanfino]

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Meschutt Beach County Park

[Photo credit: LI4Kids]

Ruth Wales Dupont Sanctuary

Size: 31.5 acres Good for: Walking, watching birds and wildlife

Tuckahoe Woods Preserve

[Image credit: Hike LI]

Emma Rose Elliston Park

[Photo credit: The Wonderment Chapter]

Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk

[Photo credit: US Fish & Wildlife Service]

Trout Pond Park

[Photo credit: Southampton Trails]

Big Albert’s Landing Beach

Size: 300 feet on Gardiner’s Bay Good for: swimming with kids, beachcombing.

Two Holes of Water Park

[Cecilia S./foursquare]

C Gerard Park

[Picture credit: mpmail4u]

Rheinstein Park

[Photo credit: Chris Sanfino]