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Davis Park Association, Inc. 

Davis Park & Ocean Ridge are beach communities on Fire Island, New York, USA located at the eastern end of Fire Island National Seashore (FINS

The Davis Park Association represents the interests of Davis Park - Ocean Ridge homeowners and residents and sponsors a variety of social and civic events. The DPA directors work with Town, County, State and Federal officials in an effort to make everyone’s summer a bit better. Volunteers attend meetings at many government levels so that a Davis Park voice is heard. DPA volunteers also work on community beautification and other projects, run a variety of community events and serve as community liaisons.

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General Inquires: dpa@davispark.org
Report Boardwalk Issues: boardwalks@davispark.org
Report Garbage-Rubbish Issues: garbage@davispark.org

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  • Ocean View looking East, May 2017
    Davis Park, Fire Island, NY USA

  • Looking West over LEJA Beach
    Davis Park, Fire Island, NY USA [www.greatsouthbayimages.com ]

  • Sunrise over the ocean, with 'The Casino' oceanfront Restaurant & Bar in foreground
    Davis Park, Fire Island, NY USA   [ source: www.greatsouthbayimages.com ]

  • Aerial view, Ocean to Bay
    Davis Park, Fire Island, NY USA

  • Winter Sunset over Ocean
    Davis Park, Fire Island, NY USA

  • Surf casting from beach
    Davis Park, Fire Island, NY USA

About Davis Park, Fire Island

Davis Park is the easternmost of the Fire Island residential communities, with a glorious ocean beach and bay surrounded by miles of natural dunes and the Otis Pike Wilderness Area. Swimming, surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, clamming, crabbing and surf casting are popular activities.

We are a short boardwalk stroll through the dunes to the FINS Watch Hill facility with its nature walk and Ranger-guided events. Bisected by the Town of Brookhaven Marina, lifeguarded Town beach and Trustees Walk -- home of the Harbor Store and Snackbar, Fire Department, Post Office, Casino Cafe and CasBar (no gambling but great oceanfront dining and dancing) -- the Davis Park area lies to the West and Ocean Ridge area to the East.

Some 270 homes are enjoyed by families and renters from Long Island, the City and Metropolitan Area, with ferries from March through November leaving from Patchogue, a stop on the LIRR. Our boardwalks are for walking -- no bikes here. Our DP Medical Association provides a facility for non-critical care served by volunteer doctors in residence. Our very active Fire Department and community associations, the DPA and Community Recreation, Arts & Beautification (CRAB), as well as other community volunteers, throw a great July 4th parade and bbq, hold plant sales, raffles, swap meets and other community events, including a popular Arts & Crafts Fair, and work on beautification projects throughout the season. Visit www.davispark.org for more information.

How to get to Davis Park, Fire Island

DP Ferry

Google maps location  / LIRR [Map] Long Island Railroad, Patchogue Station

Ferry Transportation to & from Davis Park
Daily ferry service (March ~ November) from Patchogue, NY (SandSpit Marina) to Davis Park Marina.

Ferry crossing takes ~18 minutes each way
Davis Park Ferry Co.  / arrowPhone: 631-475-1665

Special ferries are also periodically arranged, generally for special events or for groups of fire island homeowners who wish to travel off schedule.

Davis Park Historyweblink

LEJA Beach - The Caz - Hobby Miller - DP Ferry
Gluckauf "The Wreck" 1893weblink

Davis Park Marina

DPA Marina

Marina Coordinates: 40°41′0″N 73°1′30″W
DP Marina website

The Davis Park Marina is one of the largest marinas on Fire Island. Located west of the Fire Island National Seashore's 'Watch Hill' Marina, Davis Park has many of the desired attractions for families looking to get away or singles looking to party.

With over 200 slips, Davis Park Marina is truly is a boaters paradise. The marina boasts electric and water hooks ups, bathroom facilities with showers, the Harbor Store, snack bar, regular ferry service to and from Long Island, the Casino Cafe, and the Casino Bar.

arrowPolice Phone #: 911
arrowFire Department Phone #: 911
(non-emergency call 631-597-6024)
Fax #: 631-597-2060
arrowDoctor @ The Beach: 631-597-6141
arrowDavis Park Marina: 631-597-6830
arrowCasino Café: 631-597-6150
arrowCasino Bar: 631-597-9414
arrowDavis Harbor Store: 631-597-6956
arrowChurch of the Most Precious Blood: 631-597-6525
arrowWater Taxi (South Bay): 631-665-8885
arrowAuto Taxi (Patchoque): Lindy's 631-654-5599
arrowAuto Taxi (Patchoque): McRide 800-244-4207

General Information: [ more at Wikipedia ]

wiki80Davis Park has approximately 350 homes (130 in Ocean Ridge and 220 in Davis Park), one general store and grill,
one restaurant and one bar "The Casino". There is one unpaved road, commonly called the Burma Road, and wooden boardwalks. 
There are no cars; except for emergency, utility and construction vehicles and a very limited number of private vehicles, which are only allowed through a strict permit process regulated by the National Park Service.
There are no street lights except in the marina area, resulting in fine night time star-gazing.
There are a Town of Brookhaven public boating marina, a (seasonally) lifeguarded section of beach (Leja Beach) and public restrooms and showers.

Davis Park is protected by the all-volunteer Davis Park Fire Department and by Suffolk County Police.
The non-for-profit Davis Park Medical Association owns a house, "Bedside Manor," on the dune in Ocean Ridge (631-597-6141), which is rented in season to doctors and nurse practitioners in exchange for their agreement to provide basic medical services through scheduled office hours and on-call availability.  Bedside Manor is equipped with basic medical equipment and supplies. A helipad provides emergency evacuation capability.

Fire Island is said to be the only significant barrier island in the United States without paved roads and automobiles.
Its all-sand beaches, like other beaches in the State of New York, are public.
email Questions? ... Contact:  dpa@davispark.org