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Sandy Hook has seven miles of a multi-use path. In the summer, visitors can bring their own bicycles or rent them from a concessioner.

Sandy Hook has seven miles of a multi-use path. In the summer, visitors can bring their own bicycles or rent them from a concessioner.

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Gateway Business Services

By welcoming the private sector as a partner in park operations, the National Park Service broadens the economic base of the region in general and the communities surrounding the parks in particular.

Business Services fill a vital role in helping the National Park Service carry out its mission. Business Services creates legal instruments for use of park facilities.

 

Q. What Visitor Services concessions operations does Gateway offer

A. Here is a list of our authorized concessions.

Q. Does the park have buildings available to lease

A. To learn about facilities available for use please visit concessions.nps.gov/man_leasing.htm

Q. I want to sell something at the park. How can I do so?

A. A commercial use authorization (CUA) is required. Learn more here.

Q. I want to have an event in the park. How can I get permission?

A. Each unit handles their own events.

Jamaica Bay Unit

Sandy Hook Unit

Staten Island Unit

For additional information, email us.

Q. What business opportunities are currently advertised at Gateway?

A. There are currently no open RFPs or RFBs, but please check back for future opportunities.

For further information, e-mail us at the Gateway Business Management Office.







 

Commercial Leasing of Park Buildings at Riis Beach

The National Park Service at Gateway National Recreation Area has released a Request for Proposal for commercial leasing opportunities of Jacob Riis Park's Bay 9. Parties interested in this opportunity should carefully review the Request for Proposals (RFP) for more information and deadlines.

This RFP provides the opportunity for an interested individual or organization to submit a proposal to the National Park Service to lease one of these two properties. Whoever submits the proposal for the property, judged best under the RFP selection criteria, will be given an opportunity to negotiate a final lease agreeable to both the offeror and the National Park Service.

The NPS is seeking a Lessee to provide high quality food and beverage services and maintain the Bay 9 facility for a term of up to five years.
Here's more information on this RFP.

 

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