Masone Beach

A Great Place for Family Fun, Live Music and Amazing Sunsets

Located on picturesque Island Park Harbor, the beach is named after Michael Masone the former Superintendent of the Department of Public Works, who took great pride in his community and its residents and went to extreme measures to keep it beautiful.

Our village boasts some of the best bays, swimming, water fun and of course parks on all of Long Island. The Department of Beach and Recreation along with the Department of Public Works, works very hard to make sure all village parks are in tip top shape at all times.

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Beach Amenities

  • Playground
  • Splash Park
  • Basketball & Handball Courts
  • Concession Stand
  • Large Picnic Area with Barbecues
  • Gazebo Pavilion for large groups (must be reserved in advance)

Masone Beach Events

Oct 19

Halloween “Boo”Tacular

11:00 am - 2:00 pm
More Info

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Beach Tags and Parking

The annual prices for beach tags are (and subject to change at any time):

Island Park Residents

5-62 — $15.00

Seniors — FREE (Parking and Tags)

Guest — $15.00 each (limit 6)

Parking — $15.00 each car

Island Park School District (11558)

5-62 — $25.00

Seniors — $20.00 (Parking and Tags )

Parking — $25.00 each car

Non-Residents

5-17 — $50.00

18-62 — $100.00

Seniors — $50.00 (Parking and Tags)

Parking — $100.00 each car

Daily Beach Pass — $10.00
Swimming Lessons — $10.00
Sip and Paint — Children $20.00, Adults $25.00

Children under the age of 5 are permitted on the beach for free unless they are taking swimming lessons. All participants for swimming lessons must purchase a tag regardless of age.

All Island Park Fire Department Members receive Village Resident Rates.

Please call Village Hall to inquire about occasional water and beach closings due to heavy rainfalls or thunderstorms.

Beach tags are required for admission to Masone Beach throughout the summer season and the Fall Festival, Winter Wonderland, and Easter Egg Hunt.

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