Ammo Dump remains in Wompatuck State Park

Ammo Dump remains in Wompatuck State Park (Google Maps)
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By kjfitz @ 2005-06-30 12:45:09
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@ 2006-03-19 22:52:48
I'm sorry to point out that this is incorrect but not far off. This map is centered on the presently in-use state park camping area. The ammo dumps (bunkers) are to the north and east and have been completely destroyed. Some motor pool and factory buildings remain north-north-east but the asbestos abatement has reduced them to mere hulks.
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@ 2006-05-29 16:33:44
What a treat!! I was able to locate all the areas that appear pn the satellite views. The area to the Northeast is completely destroyed except for a few smaller standing structures. I was able to follow the roads to the other area where there are more buildings. kinda freaky out there when you're on your own. Constant cracks and creeaks and I was on foot. I did not make it far into the other area, for I believe that I saw some people out there and it was only a few days ago that it was confirmed that homeless people had been living there. I jetted ASAP and will go back when I have someone else with me. Such great history!!!
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@ 2011-09-02 17:20:48
I used to skateboard in the correct spot to the northeast with my friends in the 80's when I was a teen.