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Go to the beach. Stroll. Read. Fish. Eat, Play, Dance.

relax at the Beach


The 32-mile-long, ¼-mile wide  strip of sand—the longest of four barrier islands that protect the South Shore of Long Island from the Atlantic Ocean



after a fun, relaxing day at the beach go for dinner, grab a drink, or enjoy dessert. 

see a Show



Experience the Grove's nightlife, in all of its drag-queen glory, can be found in the local bars and clubs, with some of the wildest parties happening at the Ice Palace and Cherrys on the Bay. Besides drag and cabaret shows, the bar and club events include happy-hour, bingo evenings and late-night dance parties. 

walk in Sunken Forest


Fire Island's Sunken Forest is a unique Maritime Holly Forest situated in Sailor’s Haven on Fire Island, walking distance from Dune Point. Named for its unusual location, the Sunken Forest is situated in the lee of the sand dunes that run along the shoreline, giving it the appearance of being below sea level. The New York Natural Heritage Program has ranked this maritime forest as "globally rare," and it is one of only six forest types in the world.

The Sunken Forest is located within the Sunken Forest. Visitors can explore the woods, which are home to a wide of variety of plant and animal species, from May to October on self-guided walks or daily ranger-guided tours.



to the Ice Palace on Fridays, to Cherrys on Saturdays or the other way around 



Village of Cherry Grove is a coastal town on Fire Island that boasts beautiful natural scenery, lovely beaches, and a warm and welcoming community. The charming seaside village has a unique character with treasure-laden shops, homegrown galleries, and varied restaurants, and it exudes a laid-back, casual atmosphere.

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