Mount Sinai, NY Summer Camps

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Camp Dewolfe
Wading River, NY 11792  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and
 
 
Brookhaven Roe Ymca
Holtsville, NY 11742  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts
 
 
Camp Sobaco
Yaphank, NY 11980  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts
 
 
Hidden Pond Day Camp-the Rinx
Hauppauge, NY 11788  
Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Bicycling/Biking
 
 
Young People's Camp-suffolk Co
Saint James, NY 11745  
Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Dance
 

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About Mount Sinai, NY

Mount Sinai is a hamlet and census-designated place in Suffolk County, New York, USA. The population was 8,734 at the 2000 census. Mount Sinai's Cedar Beach at the time of an annual carnival

Geologic origin

The glaciers from the north deposited sediments that now make up the foundation of Long Island. As the global climate warmed, melting ice and flowing waters eroded the dropped glacial sediments into the shape of a land called "Pamanouk" or the island we call Long Island. The island's northern bluffs were interrupted by several rivers and a number of harbors. One of these is now Mount Sinai Harbor. After the glaciers receded, a barren land was available for habitation. Plants, animals and fungi invaded the landscape. A successional parade of different ecological communities developed through time on Long Island. New flora and fauna flourished. Human explorers noted these good places on the island. Soon other humans started to establish permanent communities.

Native Americans

Nonowatuck, stream that dries up, is the first name given to the area we now know as Mt. Sinai. This native American name was used by the members of the Seatocots family of native Americans who lived here. Numerous archeological sites document that the harbor of Mt. Sinai was home for human residents for thousands of years. An investigation of an archeological site at Hopkin's Landing, on Pipe Stave...