Last week, New York State Police revealed that male human remains were discovered at Sunken Meadow State Park in Kings Park, New York.
Today, November 1st, the identity of the remains was released. Yoneli Abimael Ramos-Moreno, 20 years old, was last seen in Brentwood, and the state medical examiner reported somebody may have recently killed him.
Local news station News 12 Long Island said, “…a hiker found the remains while walking in the park and then called authorities.”
State Police won’t say if it’s gang-related, according to News 12.
About Sunken Meadow State Park
Sunken Meadow State Park is a picturesque and popular recreational area located on the northern shore of Long Island, New York. Covering over 1,300 acres, the park offers a diverse range of outdoor activities and natural beauty for visitors to enjoy.
Its main attraction is the three-mile-long sandy beach along the Long Island Sound, where visitors can swim, sunbathe, and take in stunning waterfront views.
The park also features numerous hiking and nature trails that wind through salt marshes, wetlands, and woodlands, making it an ideal spot for birdwatching and wildlife enthusiasts.
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What does it cost to rent a campsite or cabin at Sunken Meadow?
Sunken Meadow Website
- Reservation fee: $7.25 for campsites, cabins, cottages and yurts.
- Registration/walk-in fee: $1.25 for campsites, cabins cottages and yurts.
- Campsite Base Rate: $15 except for some primitive sites at Glimmerglass and Cherry Plain which are $12.
- Cabin Base Rate: varies depending on capacity
- Amenity Fees: For some campsites and cabins, additional fees for amenities are added to the base rate.
- For campsites, amenities can include, flagship, electric, full hook-up, waterfront/oceanfront, tent platform and weekend/holiday use.
- For cabins/yurts, amenities can include air conditioning, electricity, electric/propane/fireplace and/or woodstove heat, porch, screened porch, living room, shower, toilet, running water, # of bedrooms, prime location, and prime condition.
- Out-of-State residents will pay an extra $5/night for campsites and an extra $7/night for cabins/cottages and yurts.
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