Ocean Parkway
Westbound Views
The Ocean Parkway begins at Captree State Park. There is a grade-separated interchange with the Robert Moses Causeway.
Photos taken January 2021.
The Ocean Parkway runs west as a four-lane divided highway. The exits along this stretch are few and far between. There are no overpasses. Instead, a series of turnarounds make it possible for vehicles travelling in one direction to access the exits on the other side of the parkway.
Photos taken January 2021.
There is a turnaround providing access to Oak Beach.
Photos taken January 2021.
There is an exit on the right for the Oak Island parking lot. Immediately thereafter, there is another turnaround.
Photos taken January 2021.
There is a turnaround providing access to Overlook Beach.
Photos taken January 2021.
There is an exit on the right for the Cedar Beach Marina, followed by a turnaround on the left providing access to Cedar Beach.
Photos taken January 2021.
There is an exit on the right for Gilgo Beach, followed by another turnaround.
Photos taken January 2021.
There is another turnaround right before the county line.
Photos taken January 2021.
West to Nassau County

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