Fire Island Attractions

There are plenty of attractions and things to do on Fire Island. If you're booking a stay at Fire Island, start planning your trip. Here are some attractions to put on your schedule:

The Fire Island Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse that is open to the public. Guests can visit the tower, museum, and gift shop every day. The tower is open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the museum and gift shop are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This lighthouse was an important New York landmark that welcomed many European immigrants to the United States.

If you enjoy the outdoors, you must visit the Sunken Forest. The Sunken Forest is considered a globally rare ecological community. This maritime holly forest is located between the sand dunes along the Atlantic coast. There are only a few habitats like the Sunken Forest in the world. The reason the Sunken Forest is so unique is that it has sassafras, shadbush, juneberry, oak, and black cherry trees that won't grow taller than the double dune system that protects them. The Sunken Forest on Fire Island is open from May to October and has boardwalks, bathrooms, and other services for guests to visit.

Parasailing is an exciting way to capture the beautiful views of Fire Island from above. Fire Island Parasail offers parasailing, as well as boat tours, waterskiing, wake-boarding, and tubing. Schedule some water activities with Fire Island Parasail during your vacation.

Book your stay at the Fire Island Boatel to complete your vacation planning. To book a room, visit our website or give us a call at 833-342-6283.