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The Ocean Bay House

The Ocean Bay House is a boutique Bed and Breakfast centrally located on the South Shore of Long Island in the historic town of Bay Shore. Situated on Watchogue Creek, this stunning 1800’s colonial was carefully restored in 2017 and features nine guest rooms with modern amenities. Begin your day with fresh coffee and breakfast consisting of homemade muffins, seasonal fruits, and house specialties. Whether you’re a romantic, foodie, adventure seeker, or wellness enthusiast, The Ocean Bay House is a perfect place to treat yourself to an effortless getaway. We are one block West of the Fire Island ferries and a short walk to Main Street, allowing you to enjoy beautiful beaches, charming shops, and local cuisine.
Fire Island Lighthouse by Demerzel21

Fire Island Lighthouse

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Whether you love maritme history, climbing lighthouses, nature, or the beach, there is something for everyone at the Fire Island Lighthouse. Climb to the top of the tower or spend an afternoon exploring exhibits on Fire Island’s maritime history. See the First-order Fresnel Lens, meander along the boardwalks to the historic boathouse and bay, or enjoy sand and surf on the beach. Located adjacent to Field 5 at Robert Moses State Park.
Robert Moses State Park by Kirkikis

Robert Moses State Park

Robert Moses State Park is a state park located on the western end of Fire Island, New York. The park is named after Robert Moses, a famous urban planner and public official who played a major role in the development of New York City's parks and parkways. The park features a 5-mile-long sandy beach, a large campground, and several nature trails. It is a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, fishing, and other beach activities. Robert Moses State Park is also home to a number of historical and cultural attractions. The park is home to a number of World War II-era military structures, including a fire control tower and a gun battery. It is also home to the Fire Island Lighthouse, which was built in 1858 and is now a popular tourist attraction. The park is also home to a number of rare and endangered plant and animal species, including the threatened piping plover. Overall, Robert Moses State Park is a beautiful and diverse destination that offers something for everyone.
Jones Beach State Park by Scott Heaney

Jones Beach State Park

World famous Jones Beach State Park, home of 6.5 miles of beautiful white-sand beach on the Atlantic Ocean, is made up of more than 2,400-acres of maritime environment on the south shore of Long Island. Among the 6 million visitors to the park each year, families enjoy their own piece of the beach for a day, with many returning dozens of times through the summer. Designed on the theme of an ocean liner, Jones Beach offers many activities to those who visit the park. They swim in the ocean, stroll the boardwalk, fish, get a bite to eat at one of the many concession stands, visit the Boardwalk Cafe, Dine-in a the Gatsby on the Ocean Restaurant, enjoy the WildPlay Adventure Park, play miniature golf, shuffleboard, basketball, corn hole, paddle tennis, table tennis and pickleball, attend concerts at Northwell Health Theatre. Other activities that take place in the park include learning about the marine environment at the Jones Beach Energy & Nature Center, pool swimming, sunbathing, bicycling, surfing, and visiting the playgrounds and splashpad.