About This Campground
The campground consists of 74 Recreational Vehicle sites, complete with water, and 110V, 50/30 amp electric hook-ups. There are 66 sites with sewer hook ups. There are two (gray-black water) Dumping Stations which are also available to campers and to non-campers for a nominal fee. The comfort…
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Electric Hookups
- Sanitary Dump
- Sewer Hookups
- 30 amp Hookups
- 50 amp Hookups
- Water Hookups
- Max Length: 50 ft.
- Drive InPark next to your campsite
This is a small beach campground.Its all but impossible to get an RV spot there from Memorial day to Labor day. Still, it is a clean and well run campground.Easy beach access.
I grew up in Long Beach. If you’re looking for a spot to camp so you can surf, this is perfect! It’s basically a parking lot, but it’s steps away from some of the greatest waves on the east coast. Showers are clean, there’s a dog park nearby, and the island is very bikable to get…
There are not many places to camp on long island that are actually on the Atlantic ocean side. This is basically a parking lot but right on the other side of the dunes is Lido Beach. Which is fantastic for surfing. There is an indoor bathroom/shower room that is open here for 3 seasons too.
Nickerson Beach Park is located in New York
To reach Nickerson Beach Park from the North Shore, take Meadowbrook Parkway South to Loop Parkway (Exit M10) to Point Lookout. Turn right onto Lido Boulevard. Nassau Beach is about half-mile on your left-hand side. From the South Shore, take Southern State Parkway (East) to Meadowbrook Parkway (South) toward Jones Beach. Just before the Jones Beach Toll, go off onto the Loop Parkway (exit M10) toward Point Lookout. Take Loop Parkway all the way to the end. Turn right: Nickerson Beach Park is on the left-hand side about a half-mile away.