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Been camping here almost every year for 40 years. Forget DEET, use Picaridin based mosquito repellant like Sawyers (REI) and you'll be fine. Without it you're toast. Campground is closed because of marina repairs for the Summer of 2017,
Campsites are close to a beautiful beach that is not crowded. Bathroom and shower facilities are nice and clean - showers are cold though so if that's not for you bring a solar shower. We followed the advice of other reviewers and sprayed OFF Backyard...More
I can't think of any other place like it around NYC. One train & ferry ride and you're camping on the beach, on a barrier island. Gorgeous meandering footpaths along the marsh and under a forest canopy. Blueberries in July! My kinda place. Watch out...More
I visited fire island on the Thursday before 4th of July with my sister to celebrate her 31st birthday! I thought wow, this is going to be a fun adventure, but, packed in haste the morning of our trip before heading to work.
This place looks amazing. Close to New York. Beautiful beaches. Cheap cheap cheap.
But just do not GO here. The camping grounds are RIGHT next to the marsh which is full of (what I think) are Asian Tiger mosquitos. These are special in that they...More
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"If you will manage to keep mosquitos under control you will love this place!"