Jacob Riis Beach

Gateway National Recreation Area

Popular public beach opened in 1932 and is part of Robert Moses' legacy. Famous Art-Deco Bathhouse is home to park ranger led activities and history exhibits. Mini-golf, playground, ball courts and concession stands available. Nearby Fort Tild... more

Popular public beach opened in 1932 and is part of Robert Moses' legacy. Famous Art-Deco Bathhouse is home to park ranger led activities and history exhibits.

Mini-golf, playground, ball courts and concession stands available.

Nearby Fort Tilden has bike and walking paths that meander among the abandon infrastructure of military base, including two massive WWII era gun emplacements.


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Gateway National Recreation Area
Queens, NY
(718) 318-4300
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Park and beach are Free

Parking: $10.00

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Memorial Day through Labor Day: 9am-5pm

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