I guess putting these up here has some uselessness to it. No one can go here un-invited, but the beach here is much like those that people will be granted access to if you go to one of the many state parks in the Montauk vicinity. Just west is Ditch Plains which is a nationally celebrated surf spot and to the east stands the iconic lighthouse, bearing the positioning of THE END of Long Island. If you want desolation the requirement is walking. To get to spots with nothing but nature, head in either direction away from the beached humans. Most just stay put, work for solitude.
The backdrop was dramatically shrouded in fog adding darker tones to the waters in front of me. Fishing boats weaved in and out of the patchyness and birds sat silouetted on off-shore rocks. Waves scraped rock against rock as it repeditively slapped the shore. Long Island is one populated land and it's amazing that there are many places you can tune in with nature without people breathing down your back.
Camp Hero also goes by the name The Montauk Project, which insinuates the nature of the bases rumors. Everything from mind control to the creation of beasts and antichrists to weather control have been linked to this rundown military base. There are numerous books written on these subjects.
The area itself is quite easy to access, though not legally.
More to come soon...