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Long Island public beaches can be accessed for free after Labor Day and before Memorial Day. There is a cost in-season of $10 per vechile at Jones Beach State Park, Robert Moses State Park and Sunken Meadow State Park collected 6am-6pm Saturday, Sunday and Holidays and collected between 8am-4pm Monday through Friday.
Jones Beach State Park, Robert Moses State Park, Sunken Meadow State Park, Heckscher State Park, Wildwood State Park, Orient Beach State Park, Hither Hills State Park, Cupsogue Beach
Jones Beach State Park includes 6.5 miles of white-sand beach, fishing, surfing, playgrounds, swimming pool, visitor center, food court, gift shop, golf, marina, nature center, showers, WildPlay Element Parks, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Gatsby on the Ocean Catering & Dining, two mile boardwalk, picnic areas, bandshell for live music, volleyball, basketball, suffleboard and paddleball courts are also available.
Jones Beach State Park comprises of 6.5 miles of white-sand beach on the Atlantic Ocean of Long Island’s South Shore and is made up of over 2,400-acres of maritime environment. There are 6 fields for beach goers to park at and visit.
Robert Moses Beach includes 5 fields totaling 5 miles of beach. Fishing, an 18-hole golf course is available at Field 2, food court, marina, playgrounds, showers and surfing are also available.
Robert Moses Field 5 is the public getaway to Fire Island. Take a 3/4 mile nature walk that leads directly to the Fire Island Lighthouse and the Fire Island towns of Kismet and Saltaire.
Robert Moses State Park is a 875-acre state park located on the South Shore of Suffolk County on Long Island. The park lies on the western end of Fire Island, beach goers can walk to the Fire Island Lighthouse and mainland of Fire Island from Robert Moses State Park.
Sunken Meadow State Park is on the North Shore of Long Island. Here you can swim, bike or walk the boardwalk, picnic, play on the playground or hike the bluffs.
Sunken Meadow State Park is a 1,287-acre state park located in the Town of Smithtown on the North Shore of Long Island.
Cooper’s Beach is a public beach located in Southampton and often ranks in America’s top 10 beaches list. Cooper’s Beach scenic background includes large sand dunes covered in beach grass paired with extraveagent mansions further in the distance. Amenitites include lifeguards, beach showers, picnic tables, snack bar serving lunch and drinks, umbrella and chair rentals.
The most popular Long Island beaches include Robert Moses State Park, Jones Beach State Park, Sunken Meadow State Park, Long Beach, Cupsogue Beach and Cooper’s Beach.
Long Island public beaches can be accessed for free after Labor Day and before Memorial Day. There is a cost in-season of $10 per vechile at Jones Beach State Park, Robert Moses State Park and Sunken Meadow State Park collected 6am-6pm Saturday, Sunday and Holidays and collected between 8am-4pm Monday through Friday. Public township beaches including The Hamptons and Tobay Beach can be accessed through a higher cost visitor pass.
Long Island beach access ends at sundown. Some beaches allow for camping, walks on the boardwalk and fishing.
Cupsogue Beach, Tiana Beach, Ponquogue Beach, Cooper’s Beach, Shinnecock East County Park, East Hampton Main Beach and Meschutt Beach.
Long Beach is a city in Nassau County on the westernmost area of Long Island’s South Shore. Long Beach is often referred to as the City by he Sea.
Long Beach is popular for its surfing, boardwalk, volleyball, beach town atmosphere, restaurants and bars, Skudin Surf for surfing lessons and I.FLY Trapeze for trapeze lessons.