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Fire Island, situated just off Long Island New York, is a barrier island surrounded by incredible natural beauty. Fire Island is one of the most cultural diverse hotspots to own or rent property, go on vacation, and to visit on a daytrip. Explore the many facets of this unique island gem with its pristine beaches, sandy dunes, vibrant nightlife and bars, excellent dining, and most of all, the breathtaking scenery.
Laid back and relaxed, emitting a Bohemian lifestyle, Fire Island is extremely welcoming, tolerant and casual, attracting people from all walks of life. Several dynamic and distinctive single, family orientated, gay and lesbian, and up-market communities feature in Fire Island. Ocean Bay Park is a hub of entertainment, so put on your dancing shoes and party hat for some energetic celebrations. Visit Cherry Grove and Ocean Beach for entertaining themed parties presented at The Ice Palace, or enjoy spectacular views, stand-up comedy and strippers at Sunsets. Several accommodation options are available in Fire Island, ranging from hotels and inns, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, and vacation rentals.
Explore the miles of boardwalks and walkways in and around Fire Island. Relax on the gorgeous beaches and take in the calming effect of the sound of the waves. The nature lover will have a field day visiting the Fire Island National Seashore as it is a haven for bird watching, hiking, and observing wildlife. Water sport fans can enjoy windsurfing, surfing, boating, and kayaking. Explore the many eco-systems and diverse flora walking through swamps, sand dunes, and marsh and woodlands.
The Fire Island Lighthouse is the oldest landmark in the region and offer spectacular views of Long Island, the ocean and the many beaches. On some days the New York skyline is visible from the lighthouse and is an amazing visual experience. The Sunken Forest located next to Sailors Haven is an enchanting and peaceful sanctuary. Surrounded by high sand dunes and meandering inclining and declining boardwalks, the forest appears to be below sea level. Canopies of twisted trees shaped by the salt sprays of the ocean are a most fascinating sight. Exhale and listen to the peaceful sound of the breezes through the leaves, a bird singing a song, and the distant sound of the rolling waves of the ocean. Visit Fire Island and inhale the true essence of nature while enjoying the extraordinary hospitable ambiance of the community.