10 Best Beaches For Surfing Near New York

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Rockaway Beach - Rockaway Beach offers activities including beach volleyball, fishing, 7 playgrounds and a 5.5 mile oceanfront boardwalk for strolling.

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Orchard Beach - Orchard Beach in the Bronx offers a fun seaside resort with over a mile of sand and 115 acres of parkland to relax and play.

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Coney Island Beach - Coney Island's mile-long sandy beach, on the southwest edge of Brooklyn, offers beach-goers many things to see and do.

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Robert Moses State Park - Robert Moses State Park is a beautiful coastal area on Fire Island, with approximately 8 km of fine white sand and other activities to enjoy.

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Fort Tilden Beach - Fort Tilden is a protected nature park located on the Rockaway Peninsula with beautiful beaches and lush forests. Known as one of the best beaches in New York.

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Brighton Beach - Brighton Beach is a popular beach for local New Yorkers, who come here during the summer months to explore the South Brooklyn neighborhood's wide sandy beach.

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Main Beach, East Hampton - East Hampton's Main Beach is the most popular of the village's 5 beaches, with a gorgeous expanse of soft sand on which to lay your towel.

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Lake Placid Public Beach - Lake Placid Public Beach offers a quieter inland option and proves that not all of New York State's best beaches are on the ocean.

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