Coney Island offers an ideal summer respite from the hectic and steamy city. With nearly 3 miles of sandy beaches, Coney Island’s sunny skies and rolling waves make for the perfect getaway. If being active at the beach is more your idea of fun than just catching some rays, Coney Island also offers exciting recreation opportunities. With courts for beach volleyball, handball, and basketball as well as playgrounds and amusement rides, the beach and boardwalk can provide hours of entertainment.
Coney Island is also a great place to visit in the off-season. Check out the New York Aquarium, the Abe Stark Ice Skating Rink, or the MCU Park (formerly KeySpan Park) baseball stadium where you can see the minor league Mets (the Brooklyn Cyclones) play ball.
Additionally, don’t forget to keep a look out year-round for events at Coney Island. One major highlight is the AVP professional volleyball tournament in the summer, but other equally exciting happenings pop up all year.
Whether you’re a beach bum or a thrill-seeker with a day off, Coney Island is the perfect getaway.
New Brighton Comfort Station
Visit our New Brighton Comfort Station page for more information about this potential project.
Go fishing or sightseeing on the restored 1,040-foot-long pier.
Directions to Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk
Know Before You Go
Coney Island and Coney Island Boardwalk
Portions of the boardwalk are closed to reconstruct the street ends of Brighton 2nd Street and West 33rd Street in Coney Island, Brooklyn in order to provide new ADA compliant ramps to the boardwalk, sitting areas, new planted areas and lighting.
Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014
- Citywide Beach Attendance Grows By More Than 22%
- NYC Parks Kicks Off Summer Beach Season In New York City
- Parks Kicks Off Summer Beach Season in New York City
- Coney Island Beach Entrance Garden Construction at Brighton 2nd and West 33rd Streets
- Coney Island Bikeway Construction
- Coney Island Boardwalk Reconstruction Between Brighton 15th St and Coney Island Ave
- Coney Island Boardwalk Segment Reconstruction
- Coney Island Shore Protection (Seagate)
Park Manager: (718) 946-1353
Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk Weather