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  • Happy mother and little daughter playing with toys together on wooden warm floor, smiling young mum and cute preschool girl having fun, spending time at home, underfloor heat, horizontal banner Read the 2022 Staten Island Special Needs Guide

      The 2022 Staten Island Special Needs Guide is filled with resources and information for parents raising kids with special needs in Staten Island. Whether your child has autism, a learning disability, a speech, behavioral or developmental disorder, a physical disability, or requires special care of any kind, you’ll find everything you need to raise a child with special needs in Staten Island in this guide.

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  • Kids in the woods acting goofy 9 Amazing Staten Island Summer Camps for 2022

    Still searching for the best summer camp in Staten Island? If you don’t want to spend summer vacation desperately trying to fill the days with kid-friendly things to do, then you probably are (or should be) interested in signing up for summer camp this year. Summer camps offer tons of recreational fun for kids in Staten Island to live their best life: field trips, pools and swimming, sports, arts and crafts, and even specialty activities like drama, dance, coding, or whatever your child is interested in. Summer camp is a great opportunity for children to continue socializing during the summer break and stay active — and off their electronic devices. Here are some of the best summer camps in Staten Island and nearby. Summer Camps in Staten Island & Nearby Art Lab 1000 Richmond Terrace, Bldg H, Staten Island, NY 10301 718-447-8667 • [email protected] Facebook • Instagram This summer at Art Lab in Staten Island, children will enjoy hands-on activities in drawing, painting, and sculpture. Various techniques of fine and applied art are explored as children create exciting, take-home art projects! Full and half days available all summer long. Big Bird’s Playhouse 1859 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314 [email protected] Facebook This summer at Big Bird’s Playhouse in Staten Island, children will enjoy trips to parks, roller skating, the aquarium, Liberty Science Center, Turtleback Zoo, swimming, bowling, movies & sports. Parents have the choice between on-site camp, for infants to kids age 5, or traveling camp for kids ages 5-10. Camp runs July 5 to August 26. Established 1991. Give your child the best summer ever! Fun Station Day Camp 3555 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10314 718-569-5426 • [email protected] Facebook Fun Station Day Camp in Staten Island offers both local and travel camp packages starting as low as $30 per day. Free lunch, free door-to-door transportation, and free extended hours. Come join Staten Island’s fastest-growing camp with the Best Trip Schedule on Staten Island! We offer friend, sibling & NYC employee discounts. JCC Day Camp 1301 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY 10306 Sept-Jun 718-475-5231 July-Aug 718-983-9000 [email protected] Facebook • Instagram At Staten Island JCC Day Camp, fun is our tradition! Explore nature at a picturesque 100-acre campsite. Camp programs include sports, aquatics, performing arts, music, coding, woodworking, STEM, archery, boating and more. Proven safety track record, all CDC protocols followed. Accredited by the American Camping Association. Marvin’s Camp for Children with Special Needs (see listing below) and inclusion opportunities also available. Marvin’s Camp for Children with Special Needs 1301 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY 10306 718-475-5268 • [email protected] Facebook • Instagram Marvin’s Camp for Children with Special Needs (part of Staten Island JCC) is committed to providing an educational, creative, social, and safe environment for kids and teens with disabilities. All Marvin’s Camp for Children with Special Needs programs are led by highly experienced staff with degrees in special education, social work, and school psychology. Low staff-to-camper ratios. We also offer an inclusion program in our traditional camp program. Interview required for all new campers. Staten Island Academy Day Camp 715 Todt Hill Road, Staten Island NY 10304 718-303-7845 • [email protected] Facebook • Instagram Staten Island Academy Summer Day Camp is for kids ages 3-14, and runs Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm. We offer flexible schedules, extended hours, academic enrichment, trips, events, and hot lunch! Join us for 5 day weeks or choose a schedule that fits your busy life. We are here to provide the safe, secure campus you expect for your family. Super Soccer Stars x Pro Soccer Kids Over 90 locations across NYC, LI, and Westchester 606 Columbus Ave. at 89th St., Manhattan, NY • 212-877-7171 55 Front St., Suite 7, Rockville Centre • 516-740-7171 [email protected] Super Soccer Stars is NY’s #1 Youth Soccer Program for 20 years. Certified coaches lead small, age-specific group classes, promoting teamwork and offering individual attention, following safety guidelines. Parent & Me, FUNdamentals, Development Training, Multi-sport, and NEW Scrimmage Games programs. Private classes also available – anytime, anywhere. Ages 1-12+. Save $20 with code NYFSPRING. Young People’s Day Camp 3250 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10312 718-679-2917 Located out of the beautiful Elks Lodge on Richmond AVE, the programs are packed with activities: swimming, sports, arts and crafts, karate, weekly trips to baseball games, amusement parks, aquariums & more! Camp Director Chris Igneri is a former licensed NY and NJ school teacher and has over 20 years experience with camp. Flexible tuition and payment plans are available. YMCA of Greater New York Summer Camp YMCA Summer Day Camp offers the best of adventure, aquatics, sports & games, creative arts, camp traditions, special guests & trips, and summer learning. YMCA programs for ages 3-15 are designed to meet your child’s interests and abilities. In 2022, they are offering a theme for each of their two-week sessions: Camp at Sea, Out of this World, Summer of Imagination and The Greatest Color War, providing unique activities and campers with special memories. Two-week sessions run June 27-Aug 19 with a bonus Camp Rocks! week from Aug 22-26. In-person and virtual open house option. Enrollment extras available. Wanna read more stuff like this? Get our newsletters packed with ideas, events, and information for parents in Staten Island.

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  • a city playground Your Guide to NYC Playgrounds in Staten Island

    As the weather warms up, kids will want to play outdoors in the fresh spring air. And what better place to play than at a neighborhood playground in Staten Island? Playgrounds are wonderful places for children to play and be active. NYC Parks playgrounds are dotted throughout Staten Island. Whether you live on the North or South Shore, you’re sure to have a playground nearby. Playgrounds in our borough offer lots of activities and equipment, athletic fields, courts, game tables and benches for kids of all ages and abilities to enjoy.  Playgrounds are not only fun for kids to use, but they provide wonderful health benefits for your little ones, according to experts. Dr. Carol Stillman, PT, DPT, PHC, a physical therapist certified in pelvic health, aquatics and wellness, and owner of Sutton Place Physical and Aquatic Therapy in Manhattan, says play equipment targets strengthening, balance, motor planning, endurance and vestibular function. “The playground is an exciting place for most children that is both fun and crucial to the development of fine and gross motor skills,” Stillman says. “For example, swings work on core strength and postural control, both on the child and the person pushing the swing!” Being in nature and outdoors can be therapeutic, so the mental health benefits playgrounds provide for kids are worth noting, too.  “A change of setting is always a good idea but playing outside at the playground is great for social and emotional health,” Stillman says. “It boosts self-confidence and self-esteem as they master challenging playground structures and the playground allows kids to retain a sense of control unavailable in many other parts of their lives. Playing outside also teaches kids  how to deal with challenges in a healthy way.” Playgrounds in Staten Island  Browse our guide to the NYC Parks playgrounds in Staten Island. Most of these playgrounds are wheelchair accessible and have inclusive play elements designed for children with autism-spectrum disorder (ASD) or other sensory processing disorders. These elements include ramps and transfer stations for children with mobility issues, sensory gardens and quiet spaces. We’ve noted in the guide which playgrounds are wheelchair accessible and offer inclusive play elements.  NYC Parks playgrounds are generally open 6am-9pm, while parks are open 6am-10pm or 1am. Park hours can vary, so it’s best to check signs at entrances for posted hours. Visit the NYC Parks website to learn more about each playground, especially if you have questions about accessibility, amenities, restrooms or rules and policies.  North Shore Playgrounds  Arrochar Playground  Sand Lane, Major Avenue and Mcfarland Avenue Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible Located next to P.S. 39, Arrochar Playground has swings, a play unit for toddlers and a larger one for kids ages 5-12. A great place to play soccer and basketball. Austin J. McDonald Playground Forest Avenue, Myrtle Avenue, Broadway, N. Burgher Avenue Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible Amenities include basketball and handball courts, play areas for toddlers and older children, and more. Bobbie Lewis, Jr. Playground  Harbor Road at Richmond Terrace Wheelchair accessible Formerly the Mariner’s Harbor Playground, the site was renamed in 2021 to honor Bobbie Lewis, Jr., a local athlete and youth mentor who was struck and killed by a vehicle in his neighborhood. The playground has play equipment, basketball courts and more.  Christopher J. Igneri Playground  Schmidts Lane, Manor Road, Laguardia Avenue Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible The park offers basketball and handball courts. Spray showers on site.  Clove Lakes Park Playground  Clove Road and Cheshire Place Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible The playground is located in Clove Lakes Park, one of Staten Island’s most popular parks.  Corporal Thompson Playground  Broadway, Wayne Street Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible The playground is located in Cpl. Thompson Park, which has baseball and football fields, and an outdoor pool. Davis Playground Jersey Street, Crescent Avenue, Layton Avenue, Beechwood Avenue Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible Named after a local historian and early advocate of the Staten Island Park System, this playground has a wide asphalt area, basketball court and benches.  De Matti Park  Tompkins Avenue between Chestnut Street and Shaughnessy Lane Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible De Matti Park is one of nine playgrounds that NYC Parks built through a war memorial fund. It features baseball fields, basketball courts, spray showers and more.   Faber Pool and Park  Richmond Terrace to Kill Van Kull, Faber Street Inclusive play elements Limited wheelchair access This North Shore park includes playgrounds, courts, skate park and an outdoor pool.  Jennifer’s Playground  Jules Drive, Elson Court, Regis Court Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible The playground is dedicated to Jennifer Schweiger of Westerleigh, who was abducted and murdered when she was 12 years old. The playground, named for Jennifer in 1997, was the first of its kind in Staten Island designed to accommodate kids with special needs. It offers play equipment, game tables, sandboxes, sensory trails, gardens, a basketball court with adjustable baskets and more.  Kaltenmeier Playground  Virginia Avenue and Anderson Street Limited wheelchair access One of the smaller parks on Staten Island, it offers play equipment and basketball courts. Liotti Ikefugi Playground  Winter Avenue, bet. Bismark and Westervelt Avenues Limited wheelchair access The playground honors the memory of Sergeant Carmine Liotti and Private First Class Lloyd Ikefugi, two Staten Islanders who died fighting for their country in World War II. The playground has play equipment and basketball courts.    Lopez Playground  Palma Drive bet. Targee Street and Oder Avenue Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible The playground honors NYPD officer Luis Reynaldo Lopez, who was killed in the line of duty in 1993. The playground has play equipment, basketball courts and more.  Lt. Lia Playground  Wall Street bet. St. Marks and Belmont Places Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible Named after Lieutenant Nicholas Lia, a Staten Islander killed while serving in Vietnam, this playground has play equipment, game tables and more.  Mahoney Playground  Beechwood Avenue, Crescent Avenue and Jersey Street Inclusive play elements Wheelchair accessible Basketball and handball courts, play equipment and more.  Markham Playground  Willowbrook Parkway, Forest Avenue, Houston [more…]

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  • kid stuffing his face These Are the Best Kids-Eat-Free Restaurants in Staten Island

    Going out to dinner can get expensive, but luckily there are a few restaurants where kids can eat free in Staten Island. These restaurants are making it a little easier for families to enjoy a night out without breaking the bank. So when you’re not in the mood to cook another dinner or you want a break from meal prep, check out one of these family-friendly Staten Island restaurants. These locations all have Kids Eat Free nights throughout the week. And these restaurants’ kids’ meals all include classics like grilled cheese, chicken fingers, and hamburgers, so even picky eaters are sure to find something they like! Oh, but if you do decide you want to cook at home, check out these easy pasta recipes using ingredients you likely have at home, these meals that take 30 minutes or less to make, or simmer one of these classic soup recipes on the stove until it’s time to eat. Here’s a list of the best restaurants where kids eat free in Staten Island during the week! Note: Restrictions may apply and offers may change. Please contact the restaurant for details on each offer before heading to dinner to avoid disappointment. Where Kids Eat Free on Sunday Moe’s Southwest Grill 2397 Hylan Blvd. 718-979-8226 262 Arden Ave. 347-562-4850 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 12 and younger Time: All day Requirements: One kids’ meal per adult entree There are two locations of this chain restaurant on Staten Island. Menu items include burritos, quesadillas, chips and dips and more.    View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Moe’s Southwest Grill (@moessouthwestgrill) Where Kids Eat Free on Monday Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse 23 Nelson Ave. 718-966-9600 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 10 and younger Time: All day Requirements: One kids’ meal per adult entree  A Japanese steakhouse and sushi bar. Choose from a variety of items including tempura-style apps, hibachi dinners, sushi platters and more.    View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse (@ariranghibachi) The Hop Shoppe 372 Van Duzer St. 718-448-3400 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 12 and younger Time: All day Requirements: 1 free kids’ meal and 4 video game tokens per adult entree This local gastropub serves burgers, nachos, hummus platters, salads, tacos and has an extensive beer list.  The Richmond Republic  4459 Amboy Road 718-356-7425 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 12 and younger Time: 4-9:30pm Requirements: with purchase of adult entree Offers fare such as steaks, burgers, seafood and more.  Where Kids Eat Free on Tuesday Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse 23 Nelson Ave. 718-966-9600 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 10 and younger Time: All day Requirements: One kids’ meal per adult entree  A Japanese steakhouse and sushi bar. Choose from a variety of items including tempura-style apps, hibachi dinners, sushi platters and more.  J’s On the Bay  1189 Bay St. 718-720-0922 Facebook • Instagram The kids-eat-free promotion will resume once the Bay Street location reopens; check back for updates A classic gourmet eatery. This North Shore dining spot has a variety of items on its menu, including brick-oven pizza, sandwiches, burgers, and more.  Miller’s Ale House 2883 Richmond Ave. 718-477-0112 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 12 and younger Time: All day Requirements: free kid’s meal with the purchase of a $10 or more meal; limit 2 per table Restaurant and sports bar. Enjoy a variety of dishes including filet mignon, original pasta dishes, boneless chicken zingers, and more.    View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Miller’s Ale House (@millersalehouse) Z Two 2925 Veterans Road West 718-356-6800 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 12 and younger Time: 5-8pm Requirements: 1 per adult entree   Diner. Menu items include seafood, chicken, wraps, paninis and more. Costume characters and balloon animal artists on kids-eat-free nights.  Where Kids Eat Free on Wednesday Big Nose Kate’s 2484 Arthur Kill Road 718-227-2266 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 3-12 Time: 4-9pm Requirements: per adult entree A saloon-style pub and restaurant. The menu features soups, salads, burgers, wraps, side dishes, beverages, cocktails and more.  Joyce’s Tavern 3823 Richmond Ave. 718-948-0220 Facebook • Instagram Ages: 12 and younger Time: 5-8pm Requirement: with purchase of adult entree Irish and American bar and restaurant. Costume characters will be on site during kids-eat-free times!   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Joyces Tavern (@joycestavern) Where Kids Eat Free on Thursday  J’s On the Bay  1189 Bay St. 718-720-0922 Facebook • Instagram The kids-eat-free promotion will resume once the Bay Street location reopens; check back for updates A classic gourmet eatery. This North Shore dining spot has a variety of items on its menu, including brick-oven pizza, sandwiches, burgers and more.    View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Js On The Bay ???? (@jsonthebaysiny) Wanna get more family activities sent to your inbox? Sign up for our newsletters, which are packed with ideas, events, and information for parents in Staten Island.

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  • girl riding carousel Crazy for Carousels: These Are the Best Carousels in NYC

    Are your kids crazy for carousels? There’s just something about that twirling, whirling sensation of a relaxing carousel ride. New York City is home to many a merry-go-round, with at least one or two in every borough. Here’s the rundown on 10 of them. Has your family visited them all? Carousel For All Children Willowbrook, Staten Island – The Victorian-inspired Carousel for All Children in Willowbrook Park pays homage to the borough in which it resides. It displays 40 hand-painted renderings of Staten Island landmarks including the Conference House, High Rock Park, the Tibetan Museum, Martling’s Pond, the Vanderbilt Mausoleum, and Horrmann Castle. It also contains 51 hand-carved, colorfully painted figures of traditional wooden carousel horses, mythical beasts and endangered species. The Carousel for all Children is open on select days through October, from 11am to 5:45pm. Rides are just $2.50 per person. Plan your visit. The Conservation Carousel West Brighton, Staten Island– This relatively new addition to the Staten Island Zoo calls attention to the endangered or vulnerable species of the world. The carousel features 25 hand-carved animals, including an Amur Leopard, which happens to be one of the zoo’s most popular inhabitants, as well the Giant Panda, the Komodo Dragon, Poison Dart Frog, and Indian Rhinoceros, just to name a few of the more threatened species in the lineup. The Conservation Carousel is open (weather permitting) on Wednesdays, weekends and school holidays, 11 am to 3pm. When school is out, it is open daily. Rides are $3 each. Plan your visit. Sea Glass Carousel Battery Park, Manhattan – This new carousel from the Battery Park Conservancy boasts a magnificent nautical theme, with 30 luminescent fish figures spanning as wide as 9 ½ feet and reaching up to 13 ½ feet tall. Unique among carousels worldwide, the motors lie under the floor – allowing full visibility across and around the shell, with no center post – and visitors sit inside the figures rather than atop them. So instead of “riding” the fish as one would on a typical carousel, visitors will “become” fish while gliding through the sights and sounds of a 360° aquatic adventure. The Sea Glass Carousel is open daily, 11am-9pm. Rides are $5.50 each. Plan your visit. Central Park Carousel Central Park, Manhattan – This is one of the nation’s largest merry-go-rounds. Crafted in 1908 and restored in 1990, it holds 57 beautiful horses. The carousel is located mid-park, at 65th street and is open seven days a week, 10am-6pm, weather permitting. $3.50 per ride. Plan your visit. Jane’s Carousel DUMBO, Brooklyn – Of all the carousels in New York City, the view on Jane’s Carousel is arguably the most spectacular. It sits adjacent to the East River in Brooklyn Bridge Park, offering breathtaking views of the bridge and surrounding skyline. It was originally installed in Ohio in 1922. Then, the carousel was intricately restored by hand and reopened at its new home in Brooklyn in 2011. The classic three-row machine contains 48 exquisitely carved horses and two superb chariots. Housed inside a glass pavilion, it’s open all year round. Hours are: Thursday-Sunday, 11am-5:50pm through May 15. Open every day except Tuesday, 11am-6:50pm, May 16-Sept. 11, 2022. Rides are $2 each. Plan your visit. Prospect Park Carousel Prospect Park, Brooklyn – Carved in 1912 by famed designer Charles Carmel, this carousel lives in the Children’s Corner of Prospect Park. It was restored by the Prospect Park Alliance in 1990, and subsequent improvements were made in 2020.  Fifty-three horses ride alongside a lion, giraffe, deer, and two dragon-pulled chariots. It’s open from the spring to the fall; Thursday-Sunday and holidays, 12-5pm. Rides are $3 each. Plan your visit. B&B Carousell Coney Island, Brooklyn – The historic B&B Carousel is a signature ride at Luna Park. It was built in Coney Island in 1906 and has been restored. It has 50 hand-carved wooden horses and two chariots. The B&B Carousell is open on select days from May through October and costs three “Luna credits” to ride. Plan your visit. Forest Park Carousel Woodhaven, Queens — This historic carousel was built in 1903. It was hand-crafted by world-renowned artist, Daniel Muller, and became a designated landmark of New York City in 2013. The Forest Park Carousel is open on select days from April to October. Check their website for operating hours. Rides are $4.25 each. Plan your visit. Flushing Meadows Carousel Flushing Meadows, Queens –  This carousel was created for the 1964-65 World’s Fair by combining two historic Coney Island carousels. It’s part of Fantasy Forest Amusement Park in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. It has 64 jumping horses, seven standing horses, a menagerie animal and two chariots. It’s open on select days from March through October. A ride is $4.25. Plan your visit. The Bug Carousel Pelham Parkway, Bronx – Your budding entomologist will surely appreciate the Bronx Zoo’s popular critter-covered Big Carousel. Riders can choose from a variety of massive insect figures, including a praying mantis, bright green grasshopper and dung beetle. The Bug Carousel is open all year round, enclosed by sliding glass doors in cold weather. Check zoo hours on the website. Rides are $7 each, plus the cost of admission. Plan your visit.   Wanna read more stuff like this? Get our newsletters packed with ideas, events, and information for parents in Staten Island.   Read Next | This Is Where You Can Get Amazing Kids’ Birthday Party Ideas

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  • family enjoying the beach These Are the Best Beaches in Staten Island and NJ for Families

    Beach blankets, swimsuits, the ocean breeze, and more! Nothing says summer like a day (or night) at a Staten Island beach—or one in nearby New Jersey. Whether you like to lay on the sand, take a dip in the water, build sandcastles, or try your hand at boardwalk games, there’s something for everyone at our local beaches. Check out our round-up of Staten Island beach destinations—plus beaches in NYC and New Jersey—then head to the shore for some fun in the sun! If you’re looking to skip the sand, stop by a local sprinkler park or head to a nearby water park! RELATED | Download the Family Fun Guide for 100+ Summer Activity Ideas 4 Staten Island Beach Options 1. Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach Midland Beach and South Beach, Staten Island Features a 2.5-mile boardwalk, barbecue areas, playgrounds, basketball courts, soccer fields, baseball fields, and kayak and canoe launch sites.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Colby Zito (@thats.one.option) 2. Gateway National Recreation Area: Great Kills Park Great Kills, Staten Island This beach area has a multi-use path, fishing areas, a marina, and boat launch. Plus, ranger-led programs are offered throughout the year. 3. Wolfe’s Pond Park Beach Prince’s Bay, Staten Island A small and calm beach located on the Island’s South Shore, it features a beautiful water view, sandy shores, and picnic tables. 4. Cedar Grove Beach Great Kills, Staten Island Another small and tranquil beach on the Island’s South Shore, this one features playgrounds and lots of natural areas to explore.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by NYC Parks (@nycparks) 6 New Jersey Beaches Near Staten Island 1. Point Pleasant Point Pleasant Beach, NJ Features a sprawling beach, restaurants, a variety of exciting events, charity runs, walks and bike rides, Jenkinson’s amusement park rides and aquarium, live entertainment and more. 2. 7 Presidents Oceanfront Park Long Branch, NJ The 38-acre park includes a beach, playground, swimming, volleyball area, pavilion with snack bar, and outdoor showers and changing areas. There are also designated areas for surfing.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Monmouth County Park System (@moncountyparks) 3. Seaside Heights Seaside Heights, NJ Enjoy a beach, boardwalk, and rides and attractions at Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach Water Park. In addition to oceanfront activities, visitors can also go fishing, crabbing and boating on the bayside. 4. Ocean City Ocean City, NJ The Ocean City Boardwalk offers a variety of opportunities for family fun and entertainment. Stroll the boardwalk for shopping, dining and enjoying attractions and amusements such as mini golf, arcade games and more. Enjoy 8 miles of beach, whether you want to relax on the sand side or take a dip in the water.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Ocean City, NJ (@oceancityvacation) 5. Sandy Hook Sandy Hook, NJ One of New Jersey’s most beautiful beaches, visitors can go fishing, birding, camping, boating, canoeing, enjoy picnics, take sightseeing tours, and eat at local seafood restaurants. 6. The Wildwoods Wildwood, NJ Features more than 100 rides and attractions including Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks, Ocean Oasis Waterpark & Beach Club, Splash Zone Water Park, games, arcades, food, and restaurants. 3 New York Beaches Near Staten Island 1. Coney Island Brooklyn, NY Amusement park rides for kids of all ages, games, food, beach, live entertainment, New York Aquarium, Ferris wheel, carousel, and more.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Marina Knobloch (@marina.kno) 2. Rockaway Beach and Boardwalk Queens, NY A year-round destination for locals along the Rockaway peninsula, it comes alive each summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend. It features the city’s only legal surfing beach, a variety of concessions, playgrounds, and other activities. 3. Nautical Mile Freeport, Long Island A lively, seaside destination featuring great restaurants, shopping, fishing boats, mini golf, and ice cream shops. Read Next | This Is Where You Can Get Amazing Kids’ Birthday Party Ideas Wanna get family activities like this sent to you? Get our newsletters packed with ideas, events, and information for parents in Staten Island.

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