Fire Island Pines is an upscale, secluded, gay-friendly barrier island community surrounded by a national park. With no cars, access is by boat or ferry. Walk in minutes from your boat to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean beach.
Enjoy the world famous Pines nightlife, including gourmet restaurants, cabarets, discos, bars, art shows, theatre and Pines Party – an all night beach party.
Great place, loved that it's tucked away in a cove. The dockhand was right there to help us tie up and make sure we were all set. There was a slight electrical issue with the breaker tripping a bunch of times, but it was resolved quickly. We will be back definitely.
As always, our stay was great. Best dock on fire island to watch the sunset! Dock master Connor was great getting us tied up and hooked into power and water. We’ll be back!
Always great and very accommodating.
Great location! Very peaceful and beautiful. Amazing sunsets over the Great South Bay.
Another great experience at the Pine, 1st class. As we pulled up, Connor was waiting for us and incredibly eager to help. He knew his stuff and helped quickly tie the boat up...even did a creative pattern with the lines. Thank you Connor - our compliments - you helped make our stay even better. Thank you Pines for having us. It's a beautiful place!
The dockhands were great! very helpful getting us tied up.. The pines were great.. great beach... the crowds weren't too bad.. and there were no bugs.. The "hook" was rough the first night though... it was like sleeping in a washing machine. There should also be an official bathroom for marina guests too.
Great location. Great staff. We will be back soon. We spent three weeks there his summer. Loved it.
Nice small marina. Very accommodating staff. We came in at low tide - had 4-4.5 ft depth in the channel approaching, and 10 ft at the slip.
Overall I was satisfied with our stay, however I must mention that the marina itself has no amenities to speak of or floating docks. If you're thinking of staying here be sure to check the weather especially the wind direction. If the wind is from the East or North East you might not want to visit. The marina is wide open to the bay facing east. Our first night was like sleeping in a washing machine, in fact the wave action was so severe that both dock cleats were torn out leaving my boat swing badly all night long. The marina crew was quick to correct this situation and in general were very helpful especially when we were leaving. The area itself is terrific with a couple of good restaurants within a short walk. Water taxis make the Pines a regular stop making it very easy to hope from beach to beach if you wish to see more of the area. I'm looking forward to coming back so long as the wind is S or SW!