Views of the Otis Pike Fire Island High Dune Wilderness.
Photographic Tour of the Sunken Forest
Images from the boardwalk trail through the salt marsh and dunes at Watch Hill.
Volunteers-In-Parks ("VIPs") work side-by-side with National Park Service employees and partners to help care for America's national parks.
This tiny and threatened shorebird nests on Fire Island's beaches. Park staff, volunteers, and Fire Island residents work together to protect Piping Plovers.
On the beach, no two days are alike. Wind and waves carry sand to and from our shores, constantly changing the shape of the shoreline.
Share your island-inspired artwork.
Most people visit Fire Island during the summer, but each season has its own allure.
A variety of interpretive programs are available year round to help you learn more about the natural and cultural resources in the Seashore.
Last Updated: 07/02/2015