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The neighborhood of Rockaway Beach is a long stretch of boardwalk along the beach in Queens and home to a diverse intersection of communities. It’s amazing that you can be in New York City while watching the sunset over ocean waves. Since you’re already in Queens, check out Edgemere Farm, too—an urban farm with a rustic barn, restaurants, and events. If you’re looking for peace and calm, it’s quieter in the winter. And in the summer, there’s a lot going on!
A vast, sandy beach and 5.5-mile boardwalk draw throngs of families to Rockaway Beach in summer for swimming, sunbathing, and sports like volleyball and skateboarding. Seasonal vendors sell pizza, arepas, and Italian ice, and bars have lively patios. Surfers catch year-round breaks all along the…
During summer days you can find people here surfing and swimming with family and friends or just solo.
Rockaway Beach is a popular summertime spot. It is over 5 miles of beach and boardwalk. Surfers flock to Rockaway Beach in particular year-round, as the area contains the only two surf beaches in the five boroughs. Rockaway beach is only about a 30 minute bus ride.