Fire Island National Seashore Trails

To find trails in Fire Island National Seashore, New York select a region or trail below.

Fire Island National Seashore :: Fire Island, NY

Venture eastalmost to the end of this thin 32-mile-long barrier islandto discover a small but still thriving salt marsh, once a flourishing part of the Atlantic coastline. Miles from the city and yet a breeze to reach by train, Fire Island shelters e

Fire Island National Seashore: Watch Hill :: Blue Point, NY

Among the places New Yorkers like to spend their long summer weekends, Fire Island is one of the most popular. Most people head to the beach towns on the western end, however, leaving the eastern portion of this 32-mile-long island to snow-white egre

Fire Island National Seashore :: Shirley, NY

Fire Island, a barrier island, stretches 32 miles long and protects Long Island’s south shore from the punishing Atlantic. But, in its faceoff with Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the island suffered a breach, altering the look of its welcome mat and trails

Watch Hill :: Patchogue, NY

New York State has no national parks. However, just off the coast of Long Island is Fire Island National Seashore (operated by the National Park Service), a string of small communities connected by miles of undeveloped beach. At Watch Hill Campground

Otis Pike at Fire Island Trail :: Mastic Beach, NY

Designated a national park by congress in 1964, the beaches of the Fire Island National Seashore, and specifically the seashore between Watch Hill and Smith Point County Park, comprise the only Federal Wilderness Area in New York State. Permitting do

Smith Point County Park :: Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge, NY

Across the causeway over Narrow Bay and next to the Fire Island National Seashore, Smith Point County Park is a campground for beach bums and water lovers. A limited amount of space and a lack of trees or much vegetation means the vast majority of th