Rockaway Beach and Boardwalk

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Skate Park

Skate Park

Season 1, Summer 2006
Parks designers collaborated with local teens to create Staten Island's first skate Park.

Surfing at Rockaway Beach

Surfing at Rockaway Beach

Season 1, Summer 2006

Piping Plovers at Rockaway Beach

Piping Plovers at Rockaway Beach

Season 2, Summer 2006
in order to protect this threatened species, native to the New York area, sections of Rockaway Beach are closed to pedestrians during the spring and summer when the birds are nesting.

It's My Park Minute: Rockaway Beach Tennis

It's My Park Minute: Rockaway Beach Tennis


 A sport debuts at Rockaway Beach for the opening of 2011 beach season.
Produced by Adrian Sas

It's My Park: Piping Plovers at Rockaway Beach

It's My Park: Piping Plovers at Rockaway Beach


 Piping Plovers, an endangered species of shorebird, lay their eggs, hatch and fledge at a section of Rockaway Beach reserved just for them which is protected by the Urban Park Rangers. 

Produced by Adrian Sas

Directions to Rockaway Beach and Boardwalk

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BeachesRockaway Beach and Boardwalk

Beach access is currently closed from Beach 38 Street to Beach 57 Street to protect the sensitive nesting areas of threatened and endangered shorebirds. Beach access in these areas will open again in late August. To learn more, please visit our Rockaway Beach Endangered Species Nesting Area page.

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