Throughout the year, you can enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational and educational activities at Fire Island National Seashore.
When properly prepared for the weather and environmental conditions, these activities help you better appreciate the diverse resources preserved and protected within the park.
See "Directions" for park access information.
Did You Know?
Horseshoe crabs come near shore on the full moon in May and June to lay thousands of eggs, which are a valuable food source for migrating shorebirds in spring and early summer. Occasionally, a perfectly-formed horseshoe crab molt can be found on the beach, shed as the young animal grows. More...